RAIPUR: A Shiva temple was ‘summoned’ by a tehsil courtroom in Chhattisgarh and warned of a penalty of Rs 10,000. Terrified of the courtroom’s wrath, clergymen uprooted the Shivalinga and took it to the tehsil workplace on a pushcart on Friday.
This weird scene came about in Raigarh, about 250km from Raipur. Following a petition towards the encroachment of presidency land by 10 folks, the tehsildar courtroom issued summons to everybody, together with the “Shiva temple”. For the reason that discover did not point out the proprietor or priest of the temple, the caretakers have been confused. Fearing a penalty of Rs 10,000, they could not consider a greater concept than making ‘Lord Shiva’ seem within the tehsil courtroom.
The sight of the court-bound Shivalinga sparked a sensation and scores of individuals adopted the pushcart. Officers have been shocked and a verify of the summons shortly revealed the blunder.
The tehsildar mentioned the discover was mistakenly despatched within the identify of the temple and a recent one will probably be despatched within the identify of an individual. Friday’s listening to was cancelled and April 13 was mounted as the following listening to date. The petition, by a resident, alleges the temple has been constructed on authorities land.



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