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Madhya Pradesh: Retired sanitation worker Latif Khan arrested for urinating on Hindu mandirs in Ujjain, police call him mentally unstable

“Madhya Pradesh: Retired sanitation worker Latif Khan arrested for urinating on Hindu temples in Ujjain, police call him mentally unstable”, Opindia, December 3, 2023:

“On Friday (1st December), the Mahakal police station of Ujjain in Madhya Pradesh arrested a 60-year-old man named Latif Khan for urinating on Hindu temples at Ramghat in Ujjain. The accused is a retired sanitation worker of the Ujjain Municipality. He was booked under section 295A of the IPC and presented before a court.

Then he was sent to jail. The police have said that he looked mentally unstable during primary interrogations. A video from Ujjain’s Ramghat area was going viral in which a devotee from Delhi was seen saying that when he was walking with his family on the banks of Ramghat, the accused Latif Khan was urinating on small Hindu temples built on the Ramghat.

When the devotee stopped him from doing so, Latif Khan did not agree. Later, he was caught with the help of some activists of Hindu organisations who handed him over to the Mahakal police station…..”

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