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Temples vandalised, idols mutilated in Mandya villages


MANDYA: Miscreants vandalized four temples and desecrated the idols in numerous villages coming under Besagarahalli police station limits on Tuesday night.
In Pattaladamma temple near Bessgarahalli village, miscreants took away the idol of the goddess and broke it into items. The head of the idol used to be present in a nearby agriculture box.

In Pannedoddi and Hombalegowdanadoddi villages, the culprits ransacked the sanctum sanctorums of Hanuman temples and made away with bronze statues of Lord Hanuman. Jade Muneswara temple near Belatur village used to be additionally targeted via miscreants where they significantly broken the idol.

The miscreants additionally looted valuables in those temples including the cash within the hundi.

The state of affairs in and around Besagarahalli village used to be anxious following the sequence of temple thefts. Devotees had been surprised to look the mutilated and decapitated idols, their items thrown away in numerous instructions.


“This is a deliberate act via miscreants to create communal unrest within the villages. The police should deliver all culprits to e book,” mentioned Shridhar, a vendor in Maharanavamidoddi village.


Senior police officers visited the temples and confident other folks that they're going to arrest the culprits quickly. They mentioned they're going to accentuate patrolling at religious websites.


Cases have been registered in Besagarahalli police station.




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