Claim to find temple under mosque in Mangalore, Karnataka, atmosphere heated
-Hindus said temple then Muslims say – stop uprooting old issues
New Delhi After the Gyanvapi, Shri Krishna Janmabhoomi, Qutub Minar controversy, the atmosphere has become heated regarding a mosque in Mangalore city of Karnataka. In fact, during the restoration of the Malali Masjid hidden in the wall, when some parts were found to look like this, people claimed that this is an old temple.
In view of the activism of Hindu organizations, the police have imposed Section 144 in this area, which will continue till tomorrow, 26 May at 8 am. 144 have been installed in the area of 500 meters around the mosque. But Hindu organizations and BJP leaders have started brainstorming on the issue at a nearby temple. In view of the controversy, the local court has issued an order and has stayed the restoration work of the mosque. On the other hand, Hindu organizations are preparing to go to court regarding this matter.
When the wall of Malali Masjid in Mangalore collapsed, it was claimed that a temple-like construction was found from inside. Where Hindus said this is a temple, Muslims say that the uprooting of old issues should stop.
Meanwhile, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) performed special prayers at a temple located half a kilometer away from the mosque. However, the police had already been assured from their side that the law would not be taken into their own hands.