Attack on Dalit in Karnataka: Temple entry broken by rules! Dalit family faces attack in Karnataka
Why are you entering the temple? Dalit family under attack in Karnataka. Police filed a case against 30 accused. Armed police have been deployed in the area.
News from local sources, a fair has been organized in Nandee Halli village of Haveri district of Karnataka. But the temple which is the center of this fair, there are no rules for Dalit community people in that temple. Only upper caste people can enter the temple. Why? This has been happening for a long time. Not only this, before this no one showed the courage to break this rule.
So? The annual festival is going on in the village then. A Dalit woman named visited the temple on Saturday. Along with his sons. Two people pray standing in front of the idol. The incident was noticed by a villager. After that, about 30-40 people met and alleged that Hemabhar’s house was ransacked.
Meanwhile, after this incident, he did not sit quietly. He filed a police station complaint against 30 people. The woman said, ‘For several decades no one from the Dalit community is allowed to enter the temple. But this is our right, so we entered the temple. He appealed to the administration to ensure that Dalits can live with dignity.
Courtesy : Zee news
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