Mangalore: Animal’s Head Found at Temple Entrance Creates Temporary Furore


Mangalore: Animal’s Head Found at Temple Entrance Creates Temporary Furore 
Pics: Prajwal Ukkuda
Daijiworld Media Network- Mangalore (RS/SB) 

Mangalore, Aug 15: Commotion was witnessed around Mahaganapati Temple, Sharavu in the city here in the afternoon on Saturday August 15 with people gathering in a protest following the incident wherein a head of the cow from the slaughter house was placed before the main entrance of the temple.




























However, the situation was brought under control with deploying of police personnel following the incident in the morning. An owner of a shop near the temple, who was an eye witness said that a head of the cow was found in the morning, but was removed as per the direction of the chief priest soon after his arrival to the temple. 

Sri Rama Sena leader Prasad Attavar along with his followers who reached the spot for protest demanded the police to arrest the culprit behind the incident by Monday August 17.

Superintendent of police A Subrahmanyeshwar Rao visited the spot. Police force has been deployed around the temple.    
 

 

  

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  • Pais, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 17 2009

    The Only reasons these things happen in Mlore is because of our recently acquired passion for blowing these incidents out of prorportion and jumping to conclusions without facts. This attitude by us only has given rise to Fanatics adn communal goons and the politicians who take advantage of the situation for thier personnel gains. There is no way to avoid these incidents, Today it was a temple, tomorrow some other temple, then if not a temple some other place.. Why react when you know the intent is to create nuisance.

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  • Roma D''sa, Mangalore

    Mon, Aug 17 2009

    There is but one God and we are all his children irrespective of the difference in our worship or places of worship ,if we hurt the sentiment of any particular sect we are actually hurting God . God knows and sees every thing let us not be tempted by the devil to do any wrong to any one

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  • chris Mascarenhas, Gurpur/Bendur/Kuwait

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Dear Responsible Citizens of Mangalore, please do not take this as a pretext to destroy the peace in our home city. We had enough in the name of religion. Please have restraint. At the same time I request our D.K. police to investigate the incident and arrest the culprits responsible for such shameful & irresponsible act.

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  • Rupesh Jain, Moodabidri

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Some unseen hands has clearly worked behind the act. Police should trace out those anti-social elements trying to create problem in society. Furthur such guilty should be severly penalised for creating problems.

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  • karnakar kamal, surathal dk.

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    We have too much of freedom in India ,this is the main reason for such acts even if the culprits are caught they go scot free,even the law canot do anything,  God save this country.

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  • Saleem GH,, Puttur/Abu Dhabi

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    We south canara people peace lovers, ignore culprit, Sure God wil punish them..

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  • Denzil, BORIVLI/QATAR

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Police & administration must get to the bottom of this with an iron fist.Guilty should be punished severely.Political Parties should come out clean on this issue and condemn it and NOT interfere in police investigation/prosecution.

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  • Rocky, Mangalore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Its really sickening, needed proper investigation & who ever found guilty shoot him in public

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  • Charles D''Mello, Pangala

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    This is really saddistic. These guy''s dont want the soceity to be in peace. These guy''s are to be caught and handed over to the public to take action.

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  • Sunil Karkera, San Jose, CA

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    I wonder who benefits politically from social disturbances in the name of religion? I implore the Mangaloreans and Hindus in general to see through the evil designs of communal groups who engineer such acts to break the fabric of our multi-cultural, multi-religious, multi-ethnic society. My fellowmen, take every opportunity to condemn such criminals and do not give them any leeway to influence our collective destinies.

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  • Raj, Dubai

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Who ever found guilty........just hang him in public.This what he deserves............cultureless people..........

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  • Abdulla Madumoole, Abu Dhabi

    Sat, Aug 15 2009

    Dear Shanawaz Kukkikatte, Please do not jump into conclusion. Of course the incidence is very sad and uncalled for but do not presume that it is definitely done by Muslims. This unholy incidence could be the work of some wicked minded Muslims but we cannot generalize that all miscreant activities against Hindus are necessarily done by Muslims. If you turn back and look into the past a few years of DK you will understand that this is a clear pre-planned strategy by some vested interest group to stir the peace in the region, especially during the forthcoming month of Ramadan. My request to dear Hindu brothers and sisters is that do not always get carried away by the mass hysteria that all such incidence against Hindus are necessarily the handiwork of Muslims, there is another side to the coin too.

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  • sooryakanta , Padil, mangalore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    It is rediculous, and a mischeivious work by some welknown personalities who think they are the care taker of the particular religion.

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  • shahnawaz kukkikatte, dubai/udupi

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Its really sickening. People have no brains. They dont know how to co exist. If one doesnt respect the feelings of his neighbour, he has no place in the society. Cows are sacred to hindus, so everyone living in India must respect this sentiment.

    Culprits must be booked and punished. All civilized people must stay united and help the authorities in bringing the perperators to justice. No religious places are to desrecated and must be considered as holy by all communities. LOVE THY NEIGHBOUR.

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  • MATEEN-ALG, MOODBIDRI-DUBAI

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Stupid people want to destory our peace, being a educated people of D.K and peace lovers it''s a humble request don''t give any chance to the ugly politicians, nobody will gain anything from this, be calm.

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  • Ganesh.G.S, Mangalore/Singapore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    Its too much.........

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  • george borromeo, angelore, mangalore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    What sort of sick people we got here in Mangalore.I bet they are sadist, they enjoy the communal clash, or gain from it?

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  • Ganesh.G.S, Mangalore/Singapore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    This is too much.!!!! plz..arrest the culprit behind the incident.

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  • madhu, mangalore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    In this incident we can cleary see the hands of a particular religiousmafia.... I request Mr. SP to take disciplinary action on culprits......

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  • Razaish, mangalore

    Sun, Aug 16 2009

    This is nothing but to create problem in ramadan it fully pre planned incident.

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