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


Team Udayavani, Nov 29, 2022, 2:42 PM IST

Gangavati: As “Hanuma Mala Vrit Visarjana” inches closer at Anjanadri Hills, the banners and posters relating to the ban on non-Hindu traders have been displayed on the way to the hills at Hanumanahalli.

The posters are said to have been allegedly put up by pro-Hindu outfit Hindu Jagarana Vedike reading, “During the occasion of ‘Hanuma Mala Vrita Visarjana’ at Sri Anjanadri Hills, Kishkinda, Hanumanahalli, non-Hindu traders are prohibited. This is by Hindus and for Hindus.”

The activists have requested the deputy commissioner and tahsildar about the same.

They have also urged them (deputy commissioner and tahsildar) not to allow Christians and Muslims in the temple vicinity.

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