Security increased in Haryana as a result of the Vishva Hindu Parishad (VHP) calling for a yatra on Monday Even when they are denied permission to hold the event. Manohar Lal Khattar, declared on Sunday that the religious procession lacked authorization and asked attendees to do 'jalabhishek' at nearby temples instead.
In response to the Sarv Jatiya Hindu Mahapanchayat's appeal for a "shobha yatra," the Nuh administration on Monday permitted 15 seers and leaders of right-wing organizations to give prayers at the Shiv temple in the Nalhar area of this district in Haryana, which has been transformed into a fortress.
After the communal riots on July 31, authorities have refused permission for the yatra on Monday. On the final Monday of the holy month of Shravan, people are, nonetheless, permitted to offer prayers in the temples nearby.
In light of the yatra's call, extensive security measures have been put in place, and several seers traveling to Nuh were stopped at Gurugram, according to police officials.
From the Delhi-Gurugram border to Nuh, there are five significant checkpoints in place, and media vehicles are not permitted to pass through any of them past the third one.
The vehicle of Hindu seer Jagatguru Paramhans Acharya, who was traveling from Ayodhya, was reportedly stopped at the Ghamorj toll booth close to Sohna.
Anil Vij, the home minister for Haryana, accused the Congress party of "orchestrating" the racial tensions that erupted in Nuh district on July 31.
He stated, "I just want to say that the investigation to date and the arrest of 500 persons are indicating that it was all orchestrated by Congress party," while speaking during the ongoing Monsoon session of the Haryana Assembly.
While all was going on, Assembly Speaker Gian Chand Gupta steadfastly refused to allow discussion of the Nuh case in the House on Monday, stating that he would not permit it.
"Matter pertaining to demolition of houses is sub judice in the court, we are not demanding discussion on demolition," former Haryana chief minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda stated.
The police announced Monday that the Braj Mandal Jalabhishek Yatra that the Vishwa Hindu Parishad had scheduled for in Haryana's Nuh would not go forward.
At 11 am, the yatra was scheduled to start from the Nalhar temple. Only locals are being allowed inside the shrine since the police are checking addresses on Aadhar cards.
Those priests who visited the temple on Monday morning have been led away. Section 144 of the CrPC has been implemented in Nuh, according to administration authorities, who also claim that the district's borders have been sealed off and that only locals will be permitted admission.