3 Muslim youths caught spitting on lord Shiva Devotees, their houses bulldozed by MP govt

In Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh, a religious pilgrimage of Mahakal takes place every Monday, which holds significant importance for Hindus. However, a recent disturbing incident came to light during this Monday’s yatra when some individuals were seen spitting from the roof of a house. The video of this heinous act went viral on social media, causing widespread displeasure and outrage.

Hindu organizations expressed their strong disapproval of the incident and demanded strict action against the culprits. In response to the public outcry and protests, the police promptly registered a case against the accused individuals and subsequently arrested them.

The government of Madhya Pradesh, led by Chief Minister Shivraj Singh, took serious note of the matter. According to reports on Twitter, the Madhya Pradesh government ordered the demolition of the house from which the incident took place. In response to this decision, a large contingent of police forces was deployed in the area to maintain order during the demolition process.

The Municipal Corporation team, accompanied by the police, reached the Tanki Chowk area at 10 am to carry out the action. The team arrived with drums, symbolizing their commitment to taking decisive action against those responsible. The police made announcements of the accused individuals’ names from a rickshaw, emphasizing the consequences of disturbing harmony in the city. In addition, patriotic songs were played during the operation.

As per available information, three individuals were identified as the accused in this incident. Adnan Mansoori is an adult and has been sent to Central Jail Bhairavgarh, while the other two are minors and have been sent to the Child Improvement Home.

The prompt response by the government and the police, as well as the active participation of citizens in recording and sharing the video, demonstrate the importance of holding individuals accountable for their actions, especially when they disrupt the harmony and sanctity of religious events. The demolition of the house sends a strong message that such acts will not be tolerated and that measures will be taken to uphold the values and traditions of the community.

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