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Karnataka: Hindu Groups Claim Hanuman Temple Existed at Mandya Mosque, Seek Permission to Pray

The teams claimed that letters by Tipu Sultan to rulers in Persia hinted on the existence of a Hanuman temple earlier than the mosque was constructed. (Image: News18)

The Hindu outfits – Narendra Modi Vichar Manch, Sri Ram Sene amongst others – have requested the Karnataka authorities to cease the ASI web site from getting used as a prayer corridor by Muslims

Amid the raging Varanasi Gyanvapi Mosque controversy, some Hindu teams in Karnataka have now sought permission to hope on the Jamia Masjid in Srirangapatna claiming {that a} Hanuman temple existed there earlier than the mosque was constructed.

The Hindu outfits – Narendra Modi Vichar Manch and Sri Ram Sene amongst others – have additionally requested the Karnataka authorities to cease the Archaeological Survey of India (ASI) web site from getting used as a prayer corridor by Muslims. Further, they’ve submitted a petition earlier than the Mandya deputy commissioner, in search of permission to supply pooja on the mosque.

The teams claimed that letters by Tipu Sultan to rulers in Persia hinted on the existence of a Hanuman temple earlier than the mosque was constructed.

“They have constructed the mosque over Hanuman temple. Hindu organisations in Mandya have submitted a memorandum. But I say, even earlier than performing pooja, the madrassa on the web site have to be thrown out and microphone and so on. have to be eliminated,” stated Sri Ram Sene founder Pramod Muthalik.

The Hindu teams have even threatened to method the excessive courtroom if the state authorities doesn’t settle for their calls for. The mosque is alleged to have been constructed round 1782 through the rule of Tipu Sultan and is presently maintained by the ASI. The mosque additionally has a madrassa.

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