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Saturday, April 13, 2024

Murties of Five temples vandalized at Sitakunda in Bangladesh

Murties ( Idols) of Five temples of Barabanal Shrine under Chandranath Dham, a scared pilgrimage site for Hindu community at Sitakunda upazilla in Chittagong of Bangladesh at dead of night on February -8.

It’s learnt that some miscreants attackedand vandalized murties of the traditional shrine of Barbakunda Agnikunda Temples of Barbanal Mandir in the dark of night.  

The miscreants vandalized various murties of  five temples including the fire pits.  

Sevayat Kumari Smrilata Bharti filed a complaintwith the Sitakunda police station in this regard.  

According to the source of the complaint,  miscreants attacked this thousands of years old religious shrine located inside the mountain and vandalized murties.

Sevayat Kali Narayan Bharti, son of Sevayat Kumari Smriti Lata Bharti’s brother, alleged that a gang is involved in this incident with a view to demolishing the temple and occupying the places of the tirthapeeth.  

Even, They openly threatened to kill him  a week before this incident. Within a week of the threat, murties of five temples of the religious shrine were attackeed and vandalized, He said.

Meanwhile, some miscreants broke the lock of door of the Goddess Kali temple, desecrated murti of God Shiva and stole trisul and other values at Deoracherra tea estate in Kamalganj upazilla of Moulvibazar district in the night of February -9.

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