Woman foreign tourist detained for entering Jagannath Temple in Puri

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Published By : Prameya News Bureau | March 23, 2024 IST

During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955

Puri, Mar 23: A woman foreign tourist was detained for allegedly entering Srimandir on Saturday.

While the security guards at the entrance failed to detain the woman, it was a servitor who spotted the woman tourist near Baisipahacha and informed the Singhadwar police.

Police after detaining her are verifying the identity card, VISA and passport of the tourist.

Recently, nine Bangladesi nationals were detained by police for illegally entering the temple in Puri. However, during interrogation, the foreign nationals confessed that they were unaware of the temple guidelines that non-Hindus were not allowed inside the temple.

During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955.

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During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
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During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955
During the police verification, it was found that one of them was a Hindu. The preliminary investigation suggested that four people among them had entered the temple violating the norms under the Shree Jagannath Temple Act, 1955

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