Three statues smashed at 70-year-old place of worship in Jln Tengku Kudin


Wrecked: Temple committee member R. Kumarason showing the grilles that were destroyed by the vandals at the temple in Jalan Tengku Kudin.

GEORGE TOWN: A 70-year-old Hindu temple has become the latest victim of vandalism, the fourth such case reported in Penang in the past two months.

Three statues of the deities at the Sri Munees­warar Temple in Jalan Tengku Kudin, near the Udini roundabout, were smashed during the wee hours yesterday.

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