More than 12 idols of Deities found damaged at Gorakhpur in Uttar Pradesh

Damaged idols were thrown on the road!

  • If such incidents are taking place in UP CM’s city, how will temples in other parts of the State be safe? 
  • Hindus do not expect such things happening in a BJP-led State!

 

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Gorakhpur (Uttar Pradesh) : More than 12 idols of Deities from Natveer Baba Mandir at Padri Bazar in Gorakhpur city were found damaged and thrown on the street by unknown persons. People have been enraged due to the incident. Later, local administration stuck together the damaged idols and covered them with a cloth. (Such damaged idols should not be kept covered but should be immersed in water; however, due to lack of ‘Dharmashikshan’, the administration is not aware of the measures to be taken after damaged idols are found. Local administrations and police try to join the damaged idols and try to cover up after many such cases of damaging idols. It seems that the local administration is planning to do the same thing even now! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)

Police indifference!

People are asking police that how could they not notice the incident when their patrolling vehicle was parked on the main road in front of this temple? (What action is going to be taken by the State Govt. against such indifferent police? If police are doing the same thing everywhere after such incidents, one cannot imagine the condition in case of terrorists’ attack! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat) It is found that CCTVs fixed at this place were not in working condition therefore, recording of this incident is not available. Police feel that prima facie, it appeared as if somebody did such thing to provoke. (Why only Hindus’ Deities’ idols are targeted for provoking? Are police purposely ignoring the incident? – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)    

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