Shri Mahakali temple vandalised by religious fanatics in Kolkata

The temple’s Idol was desecrated

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Kolkata – A massive Police force has been deployed in Ballygunge Tiljala and Chandan Nagar areas after a communal violence that erupted between Hindus and Muslims on 10th June. Religious fanatics also vandalised the Shri Mahakali temple. The Police did not give any official information about it. (Had someone vandalised the religious place of the minorities, the Police would have immediately informed and also held the Hindus responsible for it. Bengal Police, who hides the truth from the Hindus, is also anti-Hindu – Editor). In a viral video of the incident, the Police are seen thrashing the violent crowd and at the same time dispersing the mob. The Police had also called a meeting of both the communities.

Governor Jagdeep Dhankhar enquired about the incident and has asked the Administration and Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee to improve the deteriorating law and order situation in the State.

1. Communal violence erupted after an illegal shop owner fought with a customer. The religious fanatics started pelting stones and also attacked the Police and damaged Police vehicles. Devdutt Majhi, a local BJP worker, said that the fanatics had vandalised a Shri Mahakali temple two days ago. The Idol of the temple was desecrated and the walls of the temple were damaged.

2. Hindus are stuck in Hazarigali, informed Devdutt Majhi and urged for an immediate action to save Hindus there. In a video shared by him on social media, people are seen running on the street which were enveloped by the smoke of crude bombs.

3. Journalist Sanjeeb Basu who was covering the news was brutally attacked.

It’s shameful that no punishment is meted out by the Government to anti-nationals who constantly glorify the enemy !

(The intention underlying display of this image is not to hurt religious sentiments of Hindus, but make them comprehend the denigration –  Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)