Man arrested for attempted sacrilege bid at Patiala temple

Chandigarh : A man was captured here for a supposed sacrilege bid at the memorable Kali sanctuary in Patiala on Monday, police said.

In a video, which surfaced via online media, the man is seen climbing the nook of the sanctuary and arrived where the symbol of the goddess is set, said police.

The blamed has been distinguished as Rajbir Singh, inhabitant of Nainkalan town, Patiala Deputy Superintendent of Police Ashok Kumar said via telephone.

The denounced has been captured and a case under significant segments, including 295-A (purposeful and pernicious demonstrations, planned to shock strict sensations of any class by offending its religion or strict convictions) of the IPC has been enlisted against him, said the DSP.

In the interim, a few political pioneers censured the occurrence and communicated anxiety toward spreading of common contempt by a few personal stakes in front of the Punjab Assembly surveys.

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Previous Punjab boss priest Amarinder Singh likewise censured the occurrence and said, “Dull endeavors to upset harmony in Punjab won’t go on without serious consequences. I ask @ECISVEEP to make a severe move with the goal that the climate in the state isn’t upset.”

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal said tricks to ruin the climate in Punjab are proceeding as he denounced the blasphemy endeavor in Patiala.

“The endeavor of heresy at Shri Kali Mata Mandir of Patiala is profoundly condemnable. The denounced should be given severe discipline,” said Kejriwal in a tweet.

He likewise referenced the heresy bid at the Golden Temple in Amritsar last month. The AAP pioneer requested that the people who contrive to do blasphemy episodes should be uncovered and be given the strictest discipline.

Shiromani Akali Dal boss Sukhbir Singh Badal additionally censured the occurrence.

A heresy bid had additionally occurred inside the sanctum sanctorum of the Golden Temple in Amritsar last month and later the man was pounded into the ground.

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