Krishna's name video goes viral in Hindu procession in Kashmir

viral video: A procession of Hindus on the streets of Kashmir, in which the sky is filled with the chanting of Lord Krishna. The governor of Meghalaya, Tathagata Roy, tweeted such a video, saying, “After 35 years, Hindus marched in Kashmir.”

In the video posted by Tathagata Roy, it is seen that people of Hindu religion have joined the procession in the street with drums and applause. The sky is the name of Krishna. This scene is really rare in Muslim-dominated Kashmir. Tathagata Roy writes, this was seen after 35 years.

In the video, it is seen that Krishnanam is going on peacefully. A car has pictures and idols of gods and goddesses. The name chanting is going on around it. The entire procession is surrounded by a huge police force. So that any unpleasant situation can be avoided.

The video has gone viral since it was posted on Twitter. As of this report, more than 6,000 people have watched this video. More than 2,000 netizens have commented.

Incidentally, the Indian citizen did not have the right to buy land even though he had so many hobbies and possibilities. After the leak of Section 370, only 'permanent residents' in the area enjoyed the right to buy land. But this time the Modi government is on the way to end that Maursipatta.

The guideline titled Jammu and Kashmir Union Territory Reconstruction 2020 is going to come into force from now on. As a result, any Indian citizen, irrespective of his religion, language or motherland, can buy land in Jammu, Kashmir and Ladakh. As a result, the central government believes that development in the two northernmost Union Territories of India will accelerate.