New Delhi: An incident has come to the fore from the Westerpuri area of Delhi that everyone is surprised after hearing. In fact, a young man damaged the idols in the temple only because his work was stopped during the lockdown. After that, he was financially struggling. Talking about the case, the police said that at about 9 a.m. this morning, Ram Pathak, the priest of the Mata Vaishno Temple in Westerpuri, visited the temple and saw that two statues of Shiva God kept in the open part of the temple were not in their places. In addition, he also saw that some other sculptures were damaged.
Brick and stone were scattered in the temple premises. After seeing all this scene, the priest gave the information to the police. He told the police that all the things were arranged at night when he came out of the temple. In this case, when the police began the investigation, it was found that the entire matter was carried out by 28-year-old Vicky. When the police interrogated him in custody, the accused said, "Before the lockdown, my Work of tatter was stopped, and I told God that you made me a beggar and would definitely avenge it. So I damaged the idols.''
All of you will remember that the government had imposed a complete lockdown in the country for about two months to control the situation in covid. After that, the daily wage laborers had stopped eating and drinking. At present, during the lockdown, lakhs of daily wage laborers had completed hundreds of miles of travel and returned to their villages. At that time, thousands of people were forced to live on the streets.