Theft at Ganapati temple

Theft at Ganapati temple

November 26, 2023

Mysore/Mysuru: An incident of miscreants breaking open the window glasses of Paduvarahalli (Vinayakanagar) Ganapati temple and stealing idols has been reported yesterday.

In a complaint lodged with Jayalakshmipuram Police by the priest of the temple, it is said that on the midnight of last Thursday miscreants have broken the window panes of Ganapati temple at Paduvarahalli (Vinayakanagar) and stole n the idols of Ganapati, Vishnu, Mahalakshmi and Shiva.

A case has been registered in this connection at Jayalakshmipuram Police station.


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