Udhavji pleads to the Lord for putting an end to Jarasandha so that Lord Krishna can perform the Rajasuya sacrifice and protect the kings.
Chapter 71,verse 9 : Embedded in this verse is the glorification of Lord Krishna by his devotees whom he has helped at the time of need, “ In their homes, the godly wives of the imprisoned kings sing of Your noble deeds — about how You will kill their husbands' enemy and deliver them. The gopīs also sing Your glories — how You killed the enemy of the elephant king, Gajendra; the enemy of Sīta, daughter of Janaka; and the enemies of Your own parents as well. So also do the sages who have obtained Your shelter glorify You, as do we ourselves.”
Chapter 71, verse 10: Udhavji pleads to the Lord for putting an end to Jarasandha who has the might of ten thousand elephants and only Bhima can be equated to him in strength. With this feat Lord Krishna can perform the Rajasuya sacrifice and protect the kings who are begging Him for shelter. “O Krishna, the killing of Jarāsandha, which is certainly a reaction of his past sins, will bring immense benefit. Indeed, it will make possible the sacrificial ceremony You desire.”