Desecration of Temples in Andhra: Jagan Govt Declares Conspiracy to Disturb Communal Consistency
The Andhra Pradesh federal government on Thursday declared there was a clear design and deeper conspiracy to disrupt communal consistency in the state by committing criminal activities like desecration of temples.
Attending to a press conference here on Thursday night, Chief Secretary Aditya Nath Das and Extra Director General of Cops (Law and Order) Ravi Shankar Ayyanar, in the wake of the current vandalism in some temples in the state, said, “prima facie there is some conspiracy due to the fact that a series of events are taking place one after the other in various districts, that too in remote locations. So it is all, as of now, under examination.” “There is conspiracy … there is a design to interrupt common consistency. Every crime has some intention behind it. The intention in this criminal offense is much deeper. The intention is to disturb the communal peace of the state,” Das observed.
” The state which is undertaking a lot of activities for the advantage of the individuals that activity should be derailed. That is what is the motive behind these criminal activities so that we get hectic controlling these example and don’t focus on development activities,” he included.
The Additional DGP said that was precisely the point that was under examination. The officials’ declaration came days after Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy called the desecration of temples in the state as “political guerrilla warfare” and wondered who would benefit by such acts.
The technical information in addition to the field level information was being gathered as part of the investigation in the events that occurred up until now. “There is one such case which has come to light where the electric saw was recuperated. It was utilized in 2 events, one in Krishna district and one in Rajamahendravaram, to desecrate temples. This is one such truth that has actually emerged where the tool was utilized at 2 places. Like this a lot more elements may come out,” Ayyanar stated.
The Chief Secretary noted that the current events of desecration of temples not just brought a bad name to the state but likewise triggered grave concern in the administration. “It has also made us understand that consistent vigil is essential to keep the spirit of togetherness and common harmony in our state. So we have now made up Communal Consistency Committees at the state and the district levels to take up self-confidence structure steps and promote communal consistency in the state,” he stated.
Besides the top officials headed by the Chief Secretary himself, the state-level committee would have one agent from each religious beliefs as members. The district-level committee would be headed by the particular Collector and District Magistrate, Das stated.
The committees have actually been formed to apprehend the wicked styles of conspirators. “They will engage with individuals. They will go to locations where occurrences take place. This is something where the society, everyone should get involved, not just for the police to examine,” the Chief Secretary remarked.
Replying to a concern, the Extra DGP stated so far only six persons were arrested in cases associated with desecration of temples. As numerous as 38 cases of vandalism of temple idols were reported in the state since June 2019, including three up until now this year.
” 5 of those cases were discovered to be false while there were no clues in 10 other cases,” Ayyanar said. “The technical information and the evidence found at the crime scene … all being compiled and being examined by a team leader. All information is being put together and provided to the Criminal offense Examination Department,” Ayyanar added.
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