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Ujjain: Apology not made, FIR registered against girl who danced in Mahakal temple
Ujjain: Apology not made, FIR registered against girl who danced in Mahakal temple

Ujjain: A woman who made a video of film songs at Mahakaleshwar temple in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh and put it on instagram reel is now in trouble. In fact, the State Home Minister, Dr. Narottam Mishra, has directed the police to register a case against the woman. According to the information received, the woman's name is Manisha Roshan and Ujjain police have registered a case against Manisha Roshan. Also tell you that Manisha Roshan danced inside mahakal temple on film songs. After all this, an FIR (FIR) has been registered against them.

Now, after registering a case, the Mahakal police station can call the woman for questioning at any time. Tell all of you that the woman danced to film songs near the pillars inside the Mahakal temple and after all this, the hindu organization started protesting. At the same time, the temple priests were also opposing it. In fact, the temple priests had made it clear that it was an attempt to hurt religious sentiments. Now, the Home Minister has said in the matter, "Strict action will be taken against those who play with religious sentiments by making videos at religious places in the state. '

Let us also tell you that the woman deleted the video from Instagram after the controversy and she also apologised, though the woman had to face public anger even after the apology.

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