Anti-Hindu Govt? 5th Temple Desecration Incident from AP’s Chittoor Reported

Looks like temple desecration has become a mandatory requirement for the Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy-led government in the state of Andhra Pradesh. 
In another temple attack, miscreants vandalised the Nandi idol in a Shiva temple in Agara Mangalam village in Gangadhara Nellore Mandal of Chittoor district. According to sources, the desecration happened on Saturday night but the local police noticed it on Sunday Morning. 
Surge in temple attacks
Over the past few weeks, the state has been witnessing continuous attacks on temples. The 12th century Kasi Visweswara Swamy temple was attacked a few days back in which some miscreants barged in the temple and damaged the Nandi idol.
Meanwhile, a century-old wooden chariot of the Lakshmi Narasimha Swamy temple at Antarvedi area in Sakhinetipalli Mandal in East Godavari district was gutted to ashes earlier this month.
In February, a 50-foot ancient chariot of Prasanna Venkateswara Swamy temple at Bhogolu village of Bitragunta Mandal in Nellore district was set on fire. Idols' desecration was even reported from Vijayawada’s Kanakadurga temple. 
Earlier, several Hindu god and goddess idols and flex banners in Pithapuram city in East Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh were desecrated by unknown miscreants in January this year.
Going by the spate of continuous incidents, it is clear that either the Jagan government is allegedly supporting this anti-Hindu rampage covertly, proving that it is indeed led by a Christian Chief Minister (whose family is known to have initiated large-scale conversions across the Telugu States). 

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