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ASI: In Hyderabad No mosques are built on Hindu religious sites

According to the Archaeological Survey of India, an agency attached to the Union Ministry of Culture, ancient mosques have not been found at ancient Hindu sacred sites in Hyderabad.

According to the statement, it was the ASI’s response to a Right to Information request submitted by RTA activist Robin Zaccheus, who asked the ASI whether an ancient mosque in Telangana had any historical evidence about the existence of Hindu religious temples in its vicinity.

The Archaeological Survey of India said in its response on Thursday that there is no evidence of ancient mosques built on Hindu religious sites in Telangana State.

The reply was also tweeted by RTI activist K Chandrakant, Director of Central Public Information, ASI, Hyderabad Circle. He said that such a dig-up would be unnecessary in order to find lingas beneath mosques in Hyderabad as recently alleged by BJP state president Bandi Sanjay Kumar, which was an indirect response to Bandi Sanjay.

In addition, he tagged AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi, who claimed there was no mosque under the PM’s residence in Delhi.

Three men were electrocuted, During the installation of loudspeakers at a temple

During the installation of a loudspeaker at a temple in Andanalapadu village in Dornakal Mandal on Tuesday, three people were electrocuted.  There were three victims identified in the incident: Subba Rao, 57 years old, Mastan Rao, 56 years old, and Venkaiah, 54 years old.

After contacting a cord during the mounting of a loudspeaker on the tree abutting the Ramalayam in the village around noon, Subba Rao suffered an electric shock. Venkaiah and Mastan Rao struggled to save him, but they were both electrocuted. Sources state that, the trio died on the spot.

Family members were heartbroken by the tragic death of their sole breadwinners. In response to the death of a loved one, bereaved relatives sought financial aid from the government.

There has been a case registered at Dornakal police station, and further investigation is currently underway.




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