On Monday, the administration claimed the bathing of more than 30 lakh people on Somvati Amavasya, but surprisingly, despite such a large number of people, most of the dharmashalas, hotels, inns and ashrams remained empty.
Uttarakhand News: Over 30 lakh devotees are claimed to have taken a dip in the royal bath on Monday at Haridwar Kumbh, but despite the large number of people, most of the shrines, hotels, inns and ashrams remain empty and come from the border Entry of vehicles was also very limited. In such a big question, if so many people come from where did they come from?
Question on police statistics
On the day of Somvati Amavasya on 12 April, the police told the official number of bathers in and around Haridwar 31 lakh 23 thousand, while only 349 people in the government’s online registration portal registered Monday to come to Kumbh. Was If we consider the figures of online registration, then on Monday, only fifteen to two thousand devotees reached Haridwar. Whereas 357 passenger trains, which were not agreed to bring the Kovid test at the border or to conduct the Kovid test, were turned upside down, which included 2758 people. While the number of trains coming to Haridwar was 6538, in which more than 30 thousand passengers rushed to Haridwar.
Haridwar arrived from different cities of the country on Monday. Nearly eight thousand passengers reached Haridwar by 17 trains. While only fifteen hundred passengers reached Haridwar by buses. In this context, if the forgotten people are also added, then this figure can reach one lakh. The number of devotees coming to Haridwar on the Sunday before Monday remained the same. In such a situation, the question of where the bathing of more than 30 lakh pilgrims released by the fair administration came and where these pilgrims went is being questioned. IG Sanjay Gunyal, associated with Mahakumbh preparations, claims that he has arranged one crore 80 lakh pilgrims Had People came much less than anticipated, so the number of devotees seemed small. According to Gunjayal, people took a bath from Haridwar to Rishikesh on the occasion of Mahakumbh. Therefore, this figure has reached more than 30 lakhs.