Mathura. At this time, big news is coming out of Mathura in Uttar Pradesh. In fact, two devotees died during the Radhasthami fair at Barsana in Mathura. According to the information received, two devotees who visited during Radha Janmotsava died of suffocation. Panic spread in the administration after the accident. The accident took place during Abhishek darshan at Ladli Ji temple on Saturday morning.
According to the information received, a female fan is also among the dead. 60-year-old devotee Rajmani, a resident of Prayagraj, had reached Barsana with his family to have darshan of Radharani. At four in the morning, devotees were climbing the stairs to the Ladli Ji temple for Abhishek darshan. He was then suffocated and fainted by the pressure of the crowd. The female devotee was taken to CHC by her relatives and police where she was declared brought dead.
Another old man fainted under the pressure of the crowd at Sudama Chowk. He was taken to hospital where he was declared brought dead. The victim has not been identified. CHC in charge Dr. Manoj Vasishta said that two devotees were brought here dead. The female devotee was suffering from diabetes. However, DM Shailendra Kumar Singh said about this incident, the death was not due to crowd pressure. A woman whose blood sugar levels had spiked and reached over 500. Due to this, news of death is coming. Another old man was sitting on the platform with a heart attack. The news circulating on social media is not correct.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has expressed deep sorrow over the loss of life in the accident in Mathura. The chief minister expressed his condolences to the bereaved family, wishing peace to the departed soul. Chief Minister Yogi directed district administration officials to immediately take the injured to hospital and give them proper treatment. Besides, the injured have been wished for speedy recovery.