A large number of people gathered in Delhi’s Mandawali area to protest against the removal of a temple’s railing. The locals expressed their dissatisfaction with the police’s action and shouted slogans against them. The protest took place with the presence of paramilitary forces and local police to maintain law and order in the area.
Temple railing removed under Public Works Department’s encroachment program
The Deputy Commissioner of Police of East Delhi, Amrutha Guguloth, stated that the railing of the temple was removed as part of the Public Works Department’s encroachment program. He assured the public that the law and order situation in the area is normal. Local BJP councilor Ravi Negi also attended the protest.
Accusations of police misconduct and lack of encroachment
During the protest, women protestors were seen confronting the police with sticks and shovels. They accused the police of misbehaving with them. Some of the protestors claimed that there was no encroachment at the temple premises and objected to the removal of the railing. The protestors raised slogans of “Jai Shri Ram” and offered prayers in front of the temple.
Police response and traffic situation
The police reported that there was no traffic obstruction due to the protest, and the situation was under control. They dispersed the crowd and ensured that the protest did not disrupt the normal flow of traffic.
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