'This malpractice will take out the funeral procession of Congress...', VHP furious over demolition of 300-year-old temple in Alwar

Jaipur: The issue of bulldozers running on a 300-year-old temple in the Alwar district of Rajasthan continues to gain momentum. On this issue, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has launched a scathing attack on the Gehlot government, saying that it is this misdeed of the Congress that will take out its funeral procession in Rajasthan. VHP spokesperson Vinod Bansal tweeted targeting the Gehlot government.  

In his tweet, he wrote, "Not only has the 300-year-old temple in Alwar, Rajasthan been demolished, but the Congress government also has not failed to demolish the idols of God! This misdeed of the Congress, which is crying at Jahangirpuri, will take out his funeral procession in Rajasthan. Shame on. At the same time, UP BJP spokesperson Prashant Umrao has also described Ashok Gehlot as the Aurangzeb of Rajasthan on the issue.

Under the Development Master Plan in Alwar, demolition action was taken by bulldozers on Sunday to raze the shops and houses that were obstructed on the way between Gol Circle of Rajgarh town to Mela Ka Chauraha. During this time, an ancient temple was also demolished. Videos of this demolition are also going viral on social media. The employees wearing shoes in the Shivalaya are also being outraged by Hindutva organisations.

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