Uttar Pradesh Balrampur countryside devaria Mubarakpur village police station area last night, nearly 140 years old temple Ashtdhatu thieves proceeded to cross the seven statues. The statues weigh about half a billion dollars a quintal and the price is stated to be in the market.
However, the price has not been confirmed officially. Police have registered a case on the victim’s has started investigation. Balrampur countryside devaria Mubarakpur village police station area resident Anoop Kumar Mishra’s house Ramjanki Thakur temple premises.
The temple of Ram, Lakshman, Sita, Hanuman statue with the Bharat-Strugbn and Ashtdhatu of Kaushalya, was set up. Anoop said eight o’clock every evening after prayers temple is closed. The temple was built in the year 1875. Anoop temple after Friday night prayers were stopped. Meanwhile, next to the temple began late night thieves broke the latch of the door proceeded to cross the seven statues. (Temple were stolen from Ram Janki, Lakshman, Hanuman, Bharat, Shatrughan and Kaushilya figurines.
According to the total weight of these idols Anoop half quintal. The market price of these millions are being told. The incident occurred on Saturday morning Anoop and his relatives Said. Balrampur Police Station Countryside Narendra Bahadur Yadav said Anoop’s has been filed against unknown thieves. Statues of the total weight and have perfect information about the price. The case is under investigation.
The team set up on the case of CO City Balrampur Nripendra said devaria Mubarakpur village temple located seven statues were stolen from the weight of half a quintal is being reported by the victim. These statues and the team has been formed to explore thieves. The event will be revealed shortly.