In a controversial directive issued to the Amarnath Shrine Board, Devotees will no longer be allowed to chant mantras or shout ‘jaykaras’ in the Amarnath cave, the National Green Tribunal. Not just this, devotees cannot carry their mobiles or belongings beyond the last check post. With this decision, Hindus are once again shocked and baffled. Let us have a look at few more orders of the National Green Tribunal”.
Chanting Har Har Mahadev is illegal from today!!!
From the last check post, the board said, a single line of people should be made for devotees to walk towards the cave.NGT restricted the number of pilgrims to Vaishno Devi to 50,000 a day. Hindus welcomed this without any protest as they are tolerant.
Every Indian knows how pure the Amarnath is caves but the NGT as decided to play with Hindu sentiments. The cave is however covered with snow for the majority of the period in the year and when it suitable to visit, NGT comes out with such kind of orders.
The directions have come after the NGT apparently found the Amarnath Shrine Board failing to provide adequate infrastructure facilities to pilgrims and asked it to submit a status report on the same in the first week of December.
NGT directs Shrine board that there should be no chanting of 'mantras' or 'jaykaras' in Amarnath. NGT also directs that from the last check post there should be single line of people walking towards the cave.
— ANI (@ANI) December 13, 2017
But the Hindus didnt resist them from reacting to this decision. They called this as an ant-Hindu decision.
Further heightening the trouble of the pilgrims, the NGT has directed the pilgrims to not only deposit their mobile phones but all their belongings – including woolen which one may need all of a sudden under such climatic condition – at the last check post.
Needless to say, this atrocious decision was met with numerous backlashes from Hindus from all the corners of the society. Many people also took to their Twitter account to protest about the same.
I will go to Amarnath Yatra Chant Bam Bam Bhole Har Har Mahadev. I challenge NGT to stop me if you can. This was how BJP spokesperson Tajinder Bagga reacted.
I will go to Amarnath Yatra & Chant "Bam Bam Bhole" "Har Har Mahadev". I challenge NGT to stop me if you can https://t.co/dW3bsHSr0Z
— Tajinder Bagga (@TajinderBagga) December 13, 2017
Amarnath cave is a Hindu cave, dont make it a graveyard!!
NGT directs Amarnath Shrine board:
There should be no chanting of; mantras or;jaykaras in Amarnath. There should be no ringing of bells.
Someone tell NGT that Amarnath cave is a Hindu shrine, it’s a Temple but NGT want an atmosphere of Graveyard.
NGT is being insensitive and provocative. surely they know they are hurting the believers but they wont protest beyond a point. not good. need intervention.
— shilpi tewari (@shilpitewari) December 13, 2017
National Goonda Tribunal
— Gita S. Kapoor (@GitaSKapoor) December 13, 2017
what the hell, no chants or mantras at religious place so what should be done?
— Nitin Singla (@connect2_nitin) December 13, 2017
NGT judges won't dare pass a single order against Church or Masjid as they know these people will bit their fingers off. They need to be taught a lesson they will never forget
— Chetan Chauhan (@Pkunk_) December 13, 2017
— Refugeeblues (@RefugeeBluesKP) December 13, 2017
We go to Amarnath Baba for pilgrimage, not for NGT's funeral that the re should be complete silence. We will ring our bells and chant our mantras & there is noting that NGT can do about it!
— AbleArcher🍷🐯 (@AbleArcher7) December 13, 2017
NGT को सिर्फ़ हिंदू fest से prob ह..
Anti hindu NGT…
पर 5 समय की अजान लाउड स्पीकर से कोई prob नहि😏😏
— 🔥Narcissist..⚔️ (@TheRITUS) December 13, 2017
While leaving mobile phones and even to some extent all other belongings at the last check post is understandable, what is perplexing is the fact that how can it simply deny the Hindus their right to pray and chant mantras? It is not that we create mayhem by “screaming” our mantras loud. What do you think about this directive by the NGT? Do you think it is acting against the welfare of the Hindus?
What is National Green Tribunal (NGT)?
National Green Tribunal Act, 2010 (NGT) is an Act of the Parliament of India which enables creation of a special tribunal to handle the expeditious disposal of the cases pertaining to environmental issues.
We have placed significant material on record before the NGT (National Green Tribunal) which clearly shows the committee is biased. Our application in this regard has not yet been heard. This was the statement made by Sri Sri Ravi Shankar on April 2017 after the NGT passed orders bashing the international level cultural event orgnanised at the Yamuna riverbed.