Madhya Pradesh News: When the marriage did not take place despite repeated vows, the man angrily uprooted the Shivalinga and vandalized the temple.

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Madhya pradesh news: when the marriage did not take place despite repeated vows, the man angrily uprooted the shivalinga and vandalized the temple. - news2news. In

Bhopal. The police have arrested the accused who vandalized the Shiva temple and uprooted the Shivalinga. During police interrogation, the accused made a shocking revelation. The accused told that he is 40 years old. Was continuously praying to God for marriage. He committed such an incident out of anger over not having any relationship. The matter is of Bamori of Guna. The Shiva temple was vandalized on the night of 31 January. The next day, on the morning of 1 February, people angry over the incident came out on the streets. Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal also demonstrated. The protesters had expressed suspicion on 7 people. The police had taken them into custody.

There was a lot of commotion
People created ruckus after the incident of vandalism and uprooting of Shivalinga in the temple.

The accused is addicted to drinking alcohol and ganja
Police After the vandalism and uproar in the temple, the police had formed a team to investigate the matter. The team was investigating the matter. Investigation found that the accused is Gyarsa Prajapati (40), father of Bhura Prajapati. The accused is a resident of Marghatshala in Bamori. The accused often sleeps near the temple. The accused is also addicted to drinking alcohol and ganja. He was not seen since the incident. On this basis he was suspected. The police searched and arrested him.

under police investigation confessed crime
During interrogation, the accused told the police that he was the one who vandalized the temple. Even after praying to God several times, she was not getting married. On the night of 31 January, he drank too much alcohol. He got angry while drunk. At 2 o’clock in the night, he picked up stones lying outside the temple and damaged the statues of Lord Shiva and Nandi.

Full issue: Saurabh had lodged a report with the police
On January 31, there was an incident of vandalism and uprooting of Shivalinga in the Shiva temple of Bamori. On February 1, angry people closed the Bamori market and blocked the main intersection. The police had registered a case against seven unknown people. Saurabh Kirar of Bamori had lodged a report with the police. Saurabh had told the police that a Shiva temple was built in front of the new tank. At 5 in the morning he was passing by the temple and saw that Lord Shiva’s Pindi and the idol of Lord Nandi were broken. On the basis of suspicion, Saurabh had accused Shahrukh, Rihaan, Wafati, Anwar, Zeeshan, Bittu, Rahish of damaging the idols of the temple. After Saurabh’s report, the police sent five people to jail.

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