The ghat became an amphitheater during the Magh Purnima bath; Beating the umbrella with a stick. Ghat became an amphitheater during Magha Purnima bath in Varanasi; uprooted pole umbrella
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Pandas and drug addicts fought at Assi Ghat in Varanasi.
Within 24 hours there was another fight at Assi Ghat in Varanasi. A video of this is also going viral. It is seen that there was a lot of beating and slapping for the hostess. For about half an hour there was commotion among the bathers at the ghat. The reason for the fight is said to be setting up a post on the ghat by illegal pandas. According to eyewitnesses, the bath of Magha Purnima was going on today. People were getting Tika-Chandan applied outside by taking dips at Assi Ghat. During this, many unauthorized Pandas were also putting Tripund on the bathers by setting up a post on the ghat.
Pandas publicly beat a half-naked boy with sticks on the ghat.
During this, a young man who got drunk started abusing other pandas there. He uprooted the pole of the umbrella and ran to kill him. The fight started in no time. On seeing this, a large number of people came and threatened. At the same time, some sailors also got down from the boats and joined the fight. During this, two pandas together started slapping and beating the half-naked boy with sticks.
There is not a single CCTV at Assi Ghat. This poses a big threat to the security of the ghat.
There is no CCTV on the ghat either.
The police personnel remained mute spectators watching the brawl at Assi Ghat. A crowd of onlookers gathered around there. People stood there and kept recording the video of the fight in their mobiles. No one pacified the quarrel. The police reached there after a fight that lasted for half an hour, by then everyone had fled. Police said that the incident will be investigated and action will be taken against the culprits. Will not let the atmosphere of the ghat deteriorate.
Assi’s security in danger
Assi is the busiest and most popular ghat of Varanasi. The local people of Assi told that the Assi Ghat of Varanasi has become an arena these days. Everyday fighting is affecting the image of Kashi Keer. The Varanasi Police Commissionerate will have to seriously consider this issue. There are neither CCTV cameras nor police patrolling here. On Saturday afternoon, there was a fight between Radasi tourists and lemon tea vendors over the rate of tea. For about 15 minutes, people kept showering slippers and shoes on each other.