After Delhi, now vandalism at Hanuman temple in Muzaffarnagar

Muzaffarnagar: After the demolition of the temple in Delhi, the case of vandalism has come to light even in Janpad Muzaffarnagar, where a Muslim youth stoned Hanumanji's temple, in which the glass in the temple cracked. The priest present in the temple has captured the young man and handed over to the police.

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Police have detained the accused. On the other hand, activists of the Hindu organisation have cordoned off the police station and demanded strict action against the accused youth as soon as the information about the demolition of the temple is known.

Police have registered a case against the accused youth in serious sections. The case is reported to be Hanuman temple located in Khatuli Kotwali area, and on Thursday a youth from the Muslim community tried to stone the temple and dismantle the statue.

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The stone on the temple glass shattered it, but it was believed that the stone could not reach the statue. The priest of the temple caught the accused and informed the police and arrested him. A similar case had come to light in New Delhi a few days ago, after which police had to be deployed there on suspicion of violence.

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