New Delhi, August 26, 2023. “The Braj Mandal Dharmic Yatra is a historic Yatra/pilgrimage which remained incomplete due to the violent attacks on 31st July. Now on August 28, this Yatra will be taken out by Sarva Hindu Samaj of Mewat. Vishva Hindu Parishad had given an organized form to this Yatra. It will still be present with us as a supportive organization.” This was announced by Shri Arun Zaildar, Chairman of 52 Paal while addressing the media persons today. He said that “in view of the important event of G20 and in view of the thorough action taken by the police on the rioters in Mewat, we can consider its form and volume by discussing with the administration.”
On this occasion, Central Joint General Secretary of Vishva Hindu Parishad, Dr. Surendra Kumar Jain said that “this time the Hindu society of Mewat has decided to organize the Yatra with perseverance and resolve. That’s why, by not inviting the entire Hindu society from outside to land on Mewat, the Vishva Hindu Parishad is announcing a programme for the entire state. On that day, a mass Jalaabhishek programme will be organized in a Shiva temple in every Prakhand/block of the state at 11:00 a.m. and the Hindu society there will participate in this programme. Through this programme, Bhagwan Shankar will be prayed to give wisdom to the rioters so that they do not create any hindrance in the programmes and Yatras of Hindu society in future and learn to behave as per principles of peaceful co-existence.”
This historic Dharmic pilgrimage of Braj Mandal will take place under the banner of Sarva Hindu Samaj. Shri Arun Zaildar will be accompanying the social and Dharmic leaders of the place on this Yatra. Ven. Swami Jitendranand Ji Maharaj (Chairman, Sant Samiti), Ven. Swami Dharmdev Ji Maharaj, Ven. Swami Nawal Kishore Das Ji Maharaj, Ven. Swami Adityanath Ji Maharaj and other venerable saints will lead this Yatra and VHP Central Working President Sr. Advocate Shri Alok Kumar Ji will be present in it.
Dr. Jain hoped that the Yatra would pass in peace and harmony as always and set a new model of harmony. In this press conference, besides Shri Surendra Kumar Deshwal (Member of Gau Seva Ayog/Commission) and prominent social workers of Mewat, Shri Surendra Bhati and Shri Ranjit Nambardar, more than 12 well-known members were mainly present as representatives of various communities and organizations from Mewat.