Pawan Kalyan: We read that Hindu temples are being destroyed in Pakistan … Now there are attacks on temples in our state too … – pawan kalyan

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“We read that Hindu temples are being destroyed in Pakistan. Now we are witnessing the destruction of idols of Hindu deities and the burning of temple chariots in our state, ” Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan said.

“We read that Hindu temples are being destroyed in Pakistan. Now we are witnessing the destruction of idols of Hindu deities and the burning of temple chariots in our state, ” Janasena chief Pawan Kalyan said. Pawan said the new year was welcomed in the AP with the demolition of the idol of God, adding that such a situation was unfortunate. He said the incident in Rajahmundry had caused a stir to hurt the sentiments of Hindus. Meanwhile, the hands of the idol of Subrahmanyeshwara Swamy at the Vigneshwara temple in Srirannagar area were broken by unidentified persons. Pawan issued a statement condemning the incident.

CM Jagan is indifferent

The state is witnessing the destruction of idols of Hindu deities and the burning of temple chariots. Looking at the incidents taking place on the temples, it is suspected that they are committing atrocities as per the plan. On this occasion, he objected that CM Jagan’s response to the demolition of the idol of Sri Kodandaram at the Ramathiratham temple in Vijayanagar district was indifferent. The Chief Minister blamed Janasena for saying that God would punish him if he interfered with God. Such remarks are meant to deter crime.

The culprits have so far been identified and why not arrested. Pawan alleged that the government was looking to escape the responsibility of putting the burden on God and protecting the temples. Looking at a series of similar incidents in the state, it seems that the real revenue department is one. The attacks on Hindu temples should be protested by anyone of any religious faith. Elders of all religions were asked to come to a platform and condemn the destruction of the statue and the burning of the chariots. Pawan then said that religious harmony and secularism would be out of bounds.

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