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After Mughals, Hindu outfit targets freedom fighter; Demands survey of another Muslim structure

Amid controversy over Gyanvapi Mosque and Qutub Minar Mosque, now a Hindu outfit has raised the issue of Tipu Sultan’s Palace in Bangalore.

Mysore: Amid controversy over Gyanvapi Mosque and Qutub Minar Mosque, now a Hindu outfit has raised the issue of Tipu Sultan’s Palace in Bangalore.

According to the report published in India Today, Hindu Janajagruti Samiti has alleged that the Tipu Sultan’s Palace was built over encroached temple land.

Demanding a survey of the land, Mohan Gowda, spokesperson of the outfit, on Thursday, May 26, claimed that earlier the land belonged to the Kote Venkataramana Swamy temple, during Tipu Sultan’s rule, it was encroached upon. He added that some people claim that the Vedas were taught at that place. He demanded that the land be surveyed and transferred to its actual owner.

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