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Andhra Pradesh, India: Idols of Hindu Deities damaged by unknown fanatics at Guntur

October 15th, 2013
Ashwin Shukla Dwadashi, Kaliyug Varsha 5115

Hindus temples insecure in the regime of Congress !

Guntur (Andhra Pradesh) – Idols of Ayyappa Swami, Kumar Swami and Deity Shiv in Shri Agasteshwar Shiv temple, in Imani town and idols of Deity Hanuman and Shrikrushna in the temple at Tadboyeenpalli town were damaged by unknown fanatics. Local people lodged complaints about these incidents in the police station. However, the police have registered offence under minor clauses. (Would police take similar action if seats of faith of other religious communities were insulted ? – Editor, Daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat)

As soon as the news about this incident spread, pro-Hindu organizations from Chittur, Rajmandari, Vijaywada, Shrikakulam and Bhagyanagar (Hyderabad) rushed to the spot. Information of the incident was sought by more than 20 devout Hindus, and they forced police to register offence under more stringent clauses. (Demonstration of unity of Hindus ! O Hindus ! Realise the benefit of unity and get united ! – Editor, Daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat)

1. Devout Hindus united all local villagers and took out a huge march. The villagers gave assurance that under the leadership of Hindu Nijnirdharan Samiti, they wouldbe alert against the attacks on Hindus.

2. Shri. Shriniwasanand Swami from Shrikakulam said on this occasion, ‘Police have not arrested anybody despite lapse of 2 days since idols were damaged . Police and administration are neglecting religious sentiments of Hindus.’ (O Hindus ! Inform the names of such policemen to Sanatan Prabhat ! – Editor, Daily ‘Sanatan Prabhat)

3. Spokesperson of Hindu Janajagruti Samiti for Andhra Pradesh Shri. Chetan Janardan said, ‘This purpose of such incident was only to hurt sentiments of Hindus. Now, Hindus should unite and oppose such incidents.’

4. Shri. Ramajaneyulu of Hindu Dharmarakshan Samiti blamed police for registering offence under such minor clauses despite the occurrence of such a major incident.
Source: HJS

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