Employment lost in lockdown, then youth angry on God, attacked temple


New Delhi: The ongoing Corona crisis in the world has robbed the livelihood of crores of people. People also faced a lot of problems with the lockdown implemented in India to avoid Corona. Even after a year, people have not come out of it. With loss of employment, a young man attacked a temple in Paschimpuri, Delhi. He was accused that his employment was stopped due to God.

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According to media reports, the 28-year-old man named Vicky was suffering from an employment crisis for some time. Prior to the lockdown, he worked as a Ragpicker, but in the crisis of the Corona epidemic, his business took off. After which he told God that you have made me a beggar, I will definitely take revenge. For the purpose of taking revenge on God, he attacked the temple and threw the idols out.

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In the morning when the priests reached the temple to worship, they noticed that two idols of Lord Shiva placed in the open part of the temple are not in their place. Along with some other sculptures. Bricks and stones are scattered in the courtyard of the temple. The priest informs the police about the incident; during investigation, the police blamed Vicky for the incident.

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