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New Conspiracy Of Isis: Call To Destroy Idols Of Temples Of India, Picture Of Damaged Idol Printed In Voice Of Hind Magazine Photo

News Desk, Amar Ujala, Bangalore

Published by: Surendra Joshi
Updated Tue, 23 Nov 2021 04:46 PM IST

Summary

A damaged computer-generated photo of Murudeshwar Mahadev statue of Karnataka has also been published on the front page of ‘Voice of Hind’ magazine.

symbolic picture
– Photo : Social Media

Global terrorist organization ISIS has hatched a new conspiracy with the intention of spreading unrest in India. In his magazine ‘Vice of Hind’, he has called for dismantling the idols of temples in India.

A damaged computer-generated photo of Murudeshwar Mahadev statue of Karnataka has also been published on the front page of ‘Vice of Hind’ magazine. Under the picture of the damaged idol in the magazine it is written that ‘The time has come to destroy the false gods’. The ISIS flag has also been placed on the damaged statue.

This news of the ISIS-backed magazine and the picture of its cover page is going viral on social media. This is trying to provoke communal harmony. The statue of Lord Shiva published in the magazine is similar to the one located in Murudeshwara, Karnataka. It can be understood from this that ISIS wants to destroy harmony in the country by spreading fake news.

BJP MLA from Kumta, Karnataka, Dinkar Keshav Shetty took cognizance of this photo and shared it on his Facebook account. Shetty has urged the government to take strict action in the matter. In his post written in Kannada, MLA Shetty wrote that it has come to my notice through social media that the terrorist organization ISIS has called for the destruction of Murudeshwar Mahadev’s idol in the said magazine. The development and protection of Hindu temples is one of the main principles of our party. The Home Ministry has been informed about the conspiracy to damage the idol of Murudeshwara temple.

Publications from Pakistan and Bangladesh
Voice of Hind was started by ISIS-backed media organization ‘Al Kital Media Center’ and Jundul Khalifa Al Hind in February 2020. The NIA had then said that this magazine was being published from an office like a call center from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Educated youth and translators have been hired to run it.

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Global terrorist organization ISIS has hatched a new conspiracy with the intention of spreading unrest in India. In his magazine ‘Vice of Hind’, he has called for dismantling the idols of temples in India.

A damaged computer-generated photo of Murudeshwar Mahadev statue of Karnataka has also been published on the front page of ‘Vice of Hind’ magazine. Under the picture of the damaged idol in the magazine it is written that ‘The time has come to destroy the false gods’. The ISIS flag has also been put on the damaged statue.

This news of the ISIS-backed magazine and the picture of its cover page is going viral on social media. This is trying to incite communal harmony. The statue of Lord Shiva published in the magazine is similar to the one located in Murudeshwara, Karnataka. It can be understood from this that ISIS wants to destroy harmony in the country by spreading fake news.

BJP MLA from Kumta, Karnataka, Dinkar Keshav Shetty took cognizance of this photo and shared it on his Facebook account. Shetty has urged the government to take strict action in the matter. In his post written in Kannada, MLA Shetty wrote that it has come to my notice through social media that the terrorist organization ISIS has called for the destruction of Murudeshwar Mahadev’s idol in the said magazine. The development and protection of Hindu temples is one of the main principles of our party. The Home Ministry has been informed about the conspiracy to damage the idol of Murudeshwara temple.

Publications from Pakistan and Bangladesh

Voice of Hind was started by ISIS-backed media organization ‘Al Kital Media Center’ and Jundul Khalifa Al Hind in February 2020. The NIA had then said that this magazine was being published from an office like a call center from Pakistan and Bangladesh. Educated youth and translators have been hired to run it.

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