At a Karnataka temple, Hindu Jagaran Vedike posts flyers calling for the prohibition of other communities' stores during Champa Shashti.

Hindu Jagaran Vedike has posted a poster>poster announcing the prohibition of other local businesses and stalls . The poster>poster was spotted by the people on Thursday morning .

On Champa Shashti of the Kukke Subrahmanya Temple in Subramanya of Dakshina Kannada district, the Hindu Jagaran Vedike has posted a poster>poster announcing the prohibition of other local businesses and stalls.The poster>poster was spotted by the people on Thursday morning.During the Champa Shashti festival, non-believers should be forbidden from doing business in this area, according to a poster>poster posted by the name of the Hindu Jagaran Vedike branch.On November 29, the main festival will be held.

Members of the Hindu Jagaran Vedike also sent a note to the Temple Management Committee, which we have been running for the past few years.This is not the first time it has been We have no intention to jeopardize communal harmony.Hindu Jagarana Vedikes local coordinator Narasimha Shetty Mani said it was only to raise awareness among the Hindu community.President of the temple management committees Mohanram Sulli said he learned of the poster>poster placed near the temple gate on social media and that was in accordance with the Karnataka Hindu Religious Institutions and Charitable Endowments Act.

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