Tight security outside Juma Masjid in Mangaluru’s Malali, Section 144 within 500-metre radius after temple-like structure found

New Delhi, 25/5: After Hindu organisations held a ‘Tambula Prashne’ on Wednesday at Sri Ramanjaneya Bhajana Mandira at Thenkulipadi in Ganjimutt to find a solution to the controversy over temple-like structure that was noticed during the demolition of a mosque in Malali last month, the police have strengthened security near the masjid.



‘Tambula Prashne’ refers to the query from a person who approaches an astrologer with a small gift called tambula, consisting of betel leaves, betel nuts, flowers, sandal perfume/incense sticks, turmeric, kumkum (vermilion), dakshina (coins), coconut, bananas and other such items.


Commissioner of Police N Shashi Kumar has clamped Section 144 of the Criminal Procedure Code (CrPC) within 500-metre radius of Jumma Masjid in Malali of Thenkulipadi village in Bajpe police station limits till 8 am of May 26

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