Banke Bihari Mandir: Banke Bihari Mandir corridor will be built in five acres, Kunj lanes of Vrindavan will become history.

Mathura News: The way has been cleared for the construction of Banke Bihari Mandir Corridor in Mathura. Allahabad High Court has given approval for the corridor to the Uttar Pradesh government. The state government will get it constructed with its own funds as per the legal process without affecting the philosophy. A ban has been imposed on the use of crores of rupees deposited in the bank account of the temple for the construction of the corridor. Meanwhile, after the High Court’s decision in favor of Banke Bihari Mandir Corridor, the concern of local people and businessmen has increased. Keeping an eye on the next step of the government. While the construction of the corridor will provide relief to the devotees from the problems they face in getting darshan, the traders and local people say that the old form of the Kunj lanes of Vrindavan will be destroyed. The Kunj lanes of Vrindavan will be transformed into history. Last year, during Mangala Aarti on Shri Krishna Janmashtami, an accident took place due to crowd, in which two devotees died due to suffocation. After this accident, the Uttar Pradesh government offered to build a corridor in the Banke Bihari temple area for the convenience of the devotees. Also, the government identified 5 acres of land for the corridor. But, local people opposed this proposal of the government and many demonstrations took place. After this the matter reached the High Court. Due to which the corridor construction work got stuck.

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