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Thursday, February 22, 2024

Temple desecrated in Noida: murtis shattered, alcohol bottles thrown inside

In the village of Reechpal Gadhi near Noida, a case of vandalism at a temple has been reported. The police discovered broken murtis of deities. They also suspected that the perpetrators were possibly in an intoxicated state during the incident.

Empty alcohol bottles were found near the mandir, raising suspicions that those responsible for the vandalism may have been under the influence of alcohol. Additionally, reports indicate that some clothes and linen within the mandir were set on fire.

According to additional Deputy Superintendent of Police (Central Noida) Hridesh Kathariya, new murtis have already been installed in the temple following the incident. He stated, “Local police received information about the vandalism of idols in a temple in Reechpal Gadhi village. New idols have been installed.”

Kathariya added, “During the preliminary investigation, the police discovered empty liquor bottles near the temple, suggesting that the vandals may have been intoxicated during the act.”

A case has been filed against unidentified suspects at the Bisrakh Police Station, and a dedicated police team has been formed to apprehend the perpetrators. Authorities are also reviewing CCTV footage as part of their investigation.

(Featured Image Source: OpIndia)

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