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The Bhuteswar Gudi demolition case has now become political

The Bhuteswar Gudi demolition case has now become political
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Shivamogga: During the election, BJP Rural MLA K. Bhuteshwar Gudi’s demolition case against B. Ashok Naik is likely to be thorned. The Bhuteswar Gudi demolition case has now become political and Kattalaghatta Choudeshwari and Bhuteswar Swami Hindu Religious Protection Forum are planning another round of protest.

After the successful roadblock protest in this regard, Raksha Vodisha is planning another round of protest. A massive protest was held on March 13 against MLA Ashok Naik, who held a joint press conference on the rural ticket aspirant of the Congress party, Baldeva Krishna, Anita Kumari and other villagers, who destroyed the temple of Bhuteshwar Swamy, kicked the idols of the Swami with their shoes, threw the idols into the lake with a spear and threatened the lives of the devotees who came to question them. He informed me that the procession has been started.

Abbalagere former president Hemlanaik said that a funeral procession and a huge protest are being held from Channamumbapur Choudeshwari temple to the district collector’s office to condemn the misbehaviour of MLAs and hooliganism.

There is a lake area of 2 acres 26 gunte in Survey No. 9/1 of Channamumbapur and the lake needs to be measured and saved. As a rule, the buffer zone of the government from the level of the lake is 30 m. Clearing the school building as soon as it is built on the site.

There was no Scheduled Caste race in the village and MLAs received a Scheduled Caste grant of Rs. 80 lakhs from the government. He has misappropriated government funds for his benefit without developing the lake and should be investigated.

Reconstruction and development of the destroyed temple. The Defense Forum has decided to demand an investigation against the corrupt Hindu and anti-religious MLA Ashoka Naik.

No sheep were killed on the school premises
The MLA’s allegation that the devotees who come to the temple beat the sheep there is far from the truth. The scenes that took place there were recorded on the CCTV camera on the school premises, he said.

If it is revenue land then the notification should have gone from Tahsildar to Police Station. No such action has been taken. Villager Basavarajappa Boodigere said

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