The case of demolition of 300-year-old temple heats up in Rajasthan, VHP will take out the last journey of Congress

Jaipur | Rajasthan Temple Demolition Controversy: The dispute that arose after the roaring bulldozers over the encroachments in UP-MP and Delhi of the country is not yet settled that, the bulldozer controversy has erupted in Rajasthan as well. The Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) has come down heavily on the Congress over the alleged demolition of two temples in Rajasthan by bulldozers. VHP leaders allege that the Congress government demolished a 300-year-old temple in Rajasthan the very day rioters attacked the Hanuman Janmotsav procession in Delhi’s Jahangirpuri area.

VHP will take out last journey of Congress
Angry at the Ashok Gehlot government of Rajasthan for demolishing the temple in Alwar district, VHP leaders said that the people of the state will take out the last yatra of the Congress to ‘insult’ God in this way. Hindu society will not tolerate this anymore. In a video message, VHP national spokesperson Vinod Bansal said that Congress leaders stand up when bulldozers run on rioters. But now Rahul Gandhi and party’s Delhi unit president Anil Kumar are not uttering a single word on the demolition in Rajasthan. The state unit president of the Congress party visits the rioters, but does not utter a word on the demolition of this 300-year-old temple in Rajasthan.

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BJP state president constituted a 5-member committee for investigation
Rajasthan Temple Demolition Controversy: At the same time, BJP State President Dr. Satish Poonia has constituted a 5-member committee for factual investigation of the Rajgarh (Alwar) temple case. In which MP Sumedhanand, State Vice President and MLA Chandrakanta Meghwal, Rajendra Singh Shekhawat, Brijkishore Upadhyay and Bhavani Meena have been included. This committee will go to the spot and prepare a factual report and submit the report to the state president.

Let us tell you that during the anti-encroachment action in Rajgarh area of ​​Alwar district, two temples, including a 300-year-old Shiva temple, were allegedly demolished by bulldozers. After which the BJP has opened a front against the Congress government.

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Shubham Bangwal

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