Police in Hyderabad refuse to allow Shoba Yatra

The Shobha Yatra has been denied permission by the Hyderabad city police, which has incensed T Raja Singh, the BJP’s Goshamahal MLA.

Raja Singh, unfazed by the refusal of authorization, said that he would carry out the parade at noon. He wrote, “Nobody can stop me,” on X, the former Twitter.

It was anticipated that Hindus would face oppression with police support if the Congress were to take office. He tweeted, “We have seen cases being filed in Kerala and Karnataka during Hindu festivals, pressure being used to the organizers, and fictitious charges being filed against them.

Raja Singh questioned the authorities’ impromptu judgment as well.

The MLA said in a video message on the platform that he had requested permission forty days before the event, but that the night before, he received a letter from the police commissioner refusing to allow the parade.

“I got a letter today, April 16, at 8:30 p.m., declining permission to participate in the Shri Ram Navami parade this year. The letter’s frightening dated April 14 means we won’t have enough time to deal with this problem. Our procession has been a source of inspiration for thousands of Ram Bhakts from Telangana and throughout the country for many years. Seeing such an abrupt and needless hindrance to our Hindu freedom is depressing. We expected the present Congress administration to ignore Hindu sensitivities and operate in a manner similar to that of KCR. However, he tweeted, “Jai Shri Ram?????? #SriRamNavami (sic).”

HC gives the cops the path.

The police were ordered by the Telangana High Court earlier on Tuesday to allow the Hanuman Yuva Sangathan to conduct the Shobha Yatra along the path that has been suggested by the authorities.

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