In Bareilly, Uttar Pradesh, the issue of offering Namaz by stopping the bus has not been resolved yet, now the video of offering Namaz in the Shiv temple here is going viral. It is alleged that on the instructions of a Maulvi, two women entered the Shiva temple and committed such an act. After the video surfaced, Hindu organizations started creating ruckus. Expressing objection in this matter, he has tweeted to CM Yogi, UP Police, DGP, ADG, IG and Bareilly Police and demanded action. This incident took place in Kesarpur village in Bhuta police station area of the district.
Seeing the matter gaining momentum, the SSP himself has taken command. He has given the responsibility to the CO to investigate the viral video and the incident. On the other hand, it has been told by Hindu organizations that on Sunday, two women reached the ancient Shiva temple located in Kesarpur village on the pretext of worship and started sitting there and offering namaz. It is alleged that these women were asked to do so by a Maulvi. When the villagers questioned these women about this act, they told that the Maulvi of the shrine of Saidpur had sent them.
The villagers made a video of this incident and complained to the SSP, IG, Chief Minister and DGP through Twitter. In this case, the villagers demanded strict action against the Maulvi and these women. Said that this act was done deliberately and to spoil the communal atmosphere of the district. After this complaint, the SSP has ordered an investigation into the entire matter. He has assured that whatever facts emerge in the investigation, further action will be taken accordingly.
The view of the ancient Shiva temple is clearly visible in the viral video. It is seen that two women from a particular community come and sit there and start offering Namaz. Seeing him doing this, some people present in the temple made a video of it. Then these women were stopped and interrogated. The women say that the Maulvi had told them about this temple. It was said that by sitting here and offering Namaz, all his obstacles would be eliminated. Bhuta police station in-charge Rajesh Babu Mishra said that the matter is being investigated.
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