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Cops manhandle elderly devotees at Rajasthan temple

At least four elderly devotees, including two women, were allegedly manhandled by four policemen at Mehndipur Balaji temple in Dausa district of Rajasthan.

jaipur Updated: Mar 25, 2016 17:02 IST
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The devotees had an argument with the policemen over some issue, Dausa superintendent of police Yogesh Yadav said, adding that the matter is being probed.(Grab from video/ANI)

At least four elderly devotees, including two women, were allegedly manhandled by four policemen at Mehndipur Balaji temple in Dausa district of Rajasthan.

The incident occurred on Thursday when there was huge rush on the temple premises.

The devotees had an argument with the policemen over some issue, Dausa superintendent of police Yogesh Yadav said, adding that the matter is being probed. He said that the devotees did not file any complaint. However, the circle officer of police has been asked to probe the matter.

The policemen allegedly slapped elderly men and manhandled others, including the women.