Vellore : A Christian vandalises Hindu temple by painting Cross on its walls

If someone had painted ‘Om’ on a church wall, secularists not only in India but all around the world would have called Hindus ‘Talibanis’ ! However, Hindu organisations and anti-Hindus are quiet !

Shankaracharyaji was jailed on false charges when Jayalalitha was the Chief Minister. It is no surprise that anti-Hindu activities have increased under the Government of the same party, AIADMK !

Vellore (Tamil Nadu) – In yet another incident of temple attack, a Hindu temple in Tamil Nadu’s Vellore District has been vandalised by painting Christian symbols on the walls.

According to reports, the Amman Temple in Ellappalli village in Naatrampalli Taluk of Tiruppatur District was found vandalised with the Christian cross symbol.

According to the complaint registered by the villagers with the Naatrampalli Police, the Temple is very old and is worshipped by 250 families of the village as per Hindu traditions. (What action did the Police take in this case ? If they had taken prompt action, the religious fanatics would not have dared to commit such activities. – Editor) The villagers suspect that the act was an effort to convert the temple into a church. The complaint states that one Baskar, son of Mahendran and Baby had earlier broken the Idols and the hundi for which a complaint was registered twice with the Police in July and November 2020. Now the same person is accused of vandalising the temple again.

On the night of 14th January (Pongal Day), Baskar allegedly turned off the street lights and painted the cross on the walls, floors, etc. of the Temple to convert it to a Church. He had also painted the cross on electric poles and on the bridge near the Temple.

The villagers further alleged that Baskar abused them using vulgar words as they confronted him on the matter. They said that Baskar threatened them by saying they cannot do anything to him as he is backed by influential people. (Strict action should be taken against such arrogant individuals. – Editor)