Uttar Pradesh: Three ‘Asthadhatu’ Idols Worth Crores Of Rupees Stolen From Ram Temple In Bahraich

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Three ‘asthadhatu’ idols which costed crores of rupees were stolen from a Ram Temple in Rampurwa village of the district. "The temple management told police about the theft, which took place last night," said additional superintendent of police Ravindra Singh.

As per reports by Times of India, the thieves cut opened the temple's channel gate and absconded with statues of Lord Hanuman, Lord Laksham and Goddess Sita. However, the thieves left without taking away Lord Ram's statue, besides some small ones.

According to Singh, a case of theft has been registered, and the investigation has started.

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