Accident in Mathura's Banke Bihari temple, 2 died in crowd, watch video

Pankaj Prasad
Banke Bihari temple
Banke Bihari temple

It is being told that the crowd in the Banke Bihari temple of Mathura was so much that more than 50 people fell unconscious after which the accident happened.

On the occasion of Shri Krishna Janmashtami, a large number of Krishna devotees, including hundreds of foreigners, offered prayers at various Krishna temples on Friday amidst religious fervor and enthusiasm in Brajbhoomi. Meanwhile, a big news is coming. According to media reports, during the Janmashtami celebrations in Banke Bihari temple, two people have died after being crushed by the crowd. It is being told that the crowd was so much that more than 50 people fell unconscious after which the accident happened.

Statement of SSP Mathura

SSP Mathura told about the accident that during Mangala Aarti in Banke Bihari, Mathura, a devotee fainted at the exit gate of the temple. This stopped the movement of devotees. Because the crowd was very large, some people suffocated due to the humidity inside the premises, which led to the death of two people.

Most auspicious ceremony of the temple

The activity of devotees was also seen in the ancient Radha Raman Temple in Vrindavan, Radha Damodar Temple and Tede Khambawala Temple. The largest crowd was in the Radha Raman temple. Mangala Darshan was performed at Banke Bihari Temple Vrindavan at midnight on Friday. Temple priest Gyanendra Kishore Goswami said that this is the most auspicious ceremony of the temple which takes place once in a year.

Crowd pressure in Mangala Aarti

According to media reports, the pressure of the crowd was seen increasing even before the Mangala Aarti started at 2 o'clock last night. After that people started fainting. There is news of special arrangements being made for VVIP people, due to which people are looking angry.

video surfaced

A video of Banke Bihari temple in Mathura has surfaced in which a huge crowd is seen. This video has been tweeted by news agency ANI. It is seen in this that the crowd of devotees has gathered inside the Banke Bihari temple complex. This stopped the movement. It is seen in the video that people are pushing each other. Some people are also seen making videos from mobile.