Muslims close 1000-year-old Kalika temple route, Nishad community approaches Deputy CM

Lucknow: A delegation of the Nishad community has requested state deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya to open the way for the 1000-year-old Kalika Mata temple at Ambedkarnagar in Uttar Pradesh. In fact, Mazar is located near the temple and the Muslim community has blocked the way to the temple by building a wall. Not only that, but the silver statue of Kali Mata installed in the temple is also missing. The temple of Kalika mata, a thousand years old, is located in Bhaiyanvillage under the Katka police station of Ambedkarnagar. It also has the Mazar of Sufi saint Mir Shah.



According to media reports, during the Akhilesh Yadav-led Samajwadi Party (SP) government, the Muslim community had blocked the way to and from the temple by building a wall and also barred them from entering the temple by choosing the main gate of the temple with bricks. That is why devotees who go to the temple return from a distance after visiting the temple. An elderly woman living here says that the silver statue of the mother has also been disappeared under a conspiracy. At the same time, he also mentioned that for centuries, the temple has a tradition of offering Dhar and cloves along with giving a pan to Maa Kalika. Local residents say the Muslim community has taken control of the Devi temple and people are not even able to oppose it.

Nishad, who lives here, considers Mother Kalika as their Kuldevi. This area used to be a joint cantonment of Rajbhars and Nishadas. Now a delegation of Nishads approached UP deputy CM Keshav Prasad Maurya and submitted a memorandum to him to open the way to the temple. Deputy CM Maurya has also assured action.

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