Kishkinda: Banners, poster on banning non-Hindu traders displayed at Anjanadri Hills removed


Team Udayavani, Nov 29, 2022, 8:15 PM IST

Gangavati: The taluk and district administrations removed the banners and poster displayed by the Hindu Jagarana Vedike at Anjanadri Hills of Hanumanahalli in relation to the campaign on banning non-Hindu traders during the “Hanuma Mala Vrit Visarjana”, on Tuesday, November 29.

Koppal district Assistant Commissioner and Anjanadri Hanuman Temple Special Officer Basawanappa Kalshetty has said that legal action will be taken against those behind the banner campaign.

It is learned that the banners and posters were removed after the Congress and CPI (M) parties criticized and objected the campaign by the Hindu Jagarana Vedike.

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