SB 10.47.39

gopya ūcuḥ
diṣṭyāhito hataḥ kaṁso
 yadūnāṁ sānugo ’gha-kṛt
diṣṭyāptair labdha-sarvārthaiḥ
 kuśaly āste ’cyuto ’dhunā
Synonyms: 
gopyaḥ ūcuḥ — the gopīs said; diṣṭyā — fortunately; ahitaḥ — the enemy; hataḥ — has been killed; kaṁsaḥ — King Kaṁsa; yadūnām — for the Yadus; sa-anugaḥ — together with his followers; agha — of suffering; kṛt — the cause; diṣṭyā — fortunately; āptaiḥ — with His well-wishers; labdha — who have attained; sarva — all; arthaiḥ — their desires; kuśalī — happily; āste — is living; acyutaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; adhunā — at present.
Translation: 
The gopīs said: It is very good that Kaṁsa, the enemy and persecutor of the Yadus, has now been killed, along with his followers. And it is also very good that Lord Acyuta is living happily in the company of His well-wishing friends and relatives, whose every desire is now fulfilled.