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PR Selangor is a bigot against Hindu altar?

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There are hundred of altars in my new village in Johor and countless altars in the Chinese houses, yet I have never seen BN-controlled local government come to demolish Tao altars built in the private compound.

Local government in Sepang should issue a guideline on the allowable size of private altar. Demolishing private altars in the private land with illegal structure reason is unacceptable.

But I have observed an odd thing that many Hindu altars and temples were demolished in Selangor either by BN or PR government.

The problem is not simple and straight forward as we thought, the government is always in the wrong side.

I have seen an illegal Hindu temple built on the private land next to flats. It will become another sensitive issue if DBKL decides to demolish the structure.

The root cause is no land is reserved for Church, Hindu and Buddhist temples in many housing estates.

Indians outraged over demolition of Hindu altar in house

A MPSP officer demolishing the altar at Gopi’s house in Sepang.

SEPANG: The Sepang Municipal Council’s (MPSP) demolition of a Hindu altar in a house in Taman Seroja in Bandar Baru […]