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Agra: The controversy over the removal of Chamunda Devi temple at Raja Mandi station in Agra is heating up. On Thursday morning, several protestors gathered and warned that if the temple is removed, they will commit suicide collectively.
In the press conference held jointly by Hindu Kalyan Mahasabha, Hindu Jagran Manch, Rashtriya Hindu Parishad, and Jansatta Dal, it was said that if the Railways tries to remove the Chamunda Devi temple, it will face consequences. The temple Mahant Vishweshwaranand Maharaj warned of a fierce agitation, and threaten ‘mass suicide’ if station temple removed. Along with this, protestors raised slogans against the DRM of the Railways. Meanwhile, another notice was issued by the railway administration to remove a Dargah located in Agra Cantt. The notice was pasted on the wall of the Dargah.