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In a press statement, its chief T Mohan said officers from DBKL and the police have trespassed into the temple when they demolished part of the wall of the 101-year-old Sri Muniswarar Kaliamman temple.
“DBKL and police officers claimed that roadworks were being carried out but in fact DBKL personnel trespassed into the temple without any authority," he said.
Mohan said that DBKL staff had hurt the feelings of the temple committee in the way they had removed the deities.
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