‘No Entry’ Posters Against Digvijay Singh Outside Temples: Madhya Pradesh

Posters have been put up against Digvijay Singh outside many temples condemning his statement in Madhya Pradesh.
‘No Entry’ Posters Against Digvijay Singh Outside Temples: Madhya Pradesh

The controversial statements have come under criticism from the famous Congress leader and former Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh Digvijay Singh after the statements of rape in the temple.

Posters have been put up against Digvijay Singh outside many temples condemning his statement in Madhya Pradesh. In this, they have been demanded not to enter the temples. It is to be known that Digvijay Singh had questioned the involvement of saffron murderers in rape cases. Digvijay Singh later clarified his statement, coming on the backfoot.

The poster outside the Parashuram temple in Bhopal reads, 'This call of Hindu society, for the anti-Hindu Digvijay Singh, the doors of temples should be closed. Nivedaka- Hindu Society '. This poster has a photo of Digvijay Singh crossed out. It is not clear who has posted this poster.

During a Sant Samagam in Bhopal on Tuesday, Digvijay Singh said that people are selling churan by wearing saffron clothes. Wearing saffron clothes are misdeeds. Misdeeds are happening in temples. Such acts cannot be forgiven.

Digvijay Singh also had to clarify his statement after the response of the people. Digvijay Singh tweeted that the Hindu saints are the symbol of our eternal faith, so they are expected to conduct the highest. If anyone misbehaves as a saint, then voice should be raised against him. We also have the responsibility to protect Sanatan Dharma, which I follow myself.

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