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Sunday, June 4, 2023

To defame Hindu priests, DMK regime accused them of marrying off their underage daughters and forced the minors to undergo ‘virginity test’, driving some of them to attempt suicide

“Forced ‘virginity test’ on underage girls to defame priests of Lord Nataraja Temple, fake child marriage cases and more: Explosive revelations by Governor of Tamil Nadu”, Opindia, May 4, 2023:

“The governor of Tamil Nadu, Ravindra Narayana Ravi, exposed the shocking truth about how minor girls were forced to undergo the two-finger test, also known as the virginity test, by the state administration in an effort to defame the podhu dikshithars, in an explosive interview with the Times of India. Pothu dikshithars are the hereditary priests and custodians of Sri Sabanayagar Temple, popularly known as Lord Nataraja Temple.

“Out of vengeance, government officers of the social welfare department lodged eight complaints of child marriage against the podhu dikshithars, that they were marrying their children underage, whereas there were no such marriages,” Governor Ravi said.

“Parents were arrested and put behind prisons. And the girls, sixth and seventh standard students, were forcibly taken from home to the hospitals and made to undergo ‘two-finger tests,’ virginity tests. Some of them tried to commit suicide,” he revealed and stated that he wrote a letter to the chief minister questioning the horrific ordeal….”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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  1. Spreading rumour and hatred against minorities and indigenous communities is not in the interest of the national unity.

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