The demonstration and struggle of various Hindu outfits paid off with Red Fort Akbar Properties finally compromising. The Film Nagar-Hanuman Temple controversy has come to an end with the company promising to re-build the temple and to reinstall the idol in the demolished site.
Into details, Red Fort Akbar Properties, a private firm had purchased land from the government from where the company has shifted the idol in Hanuman temple to another place in the same property. This irked the Hindu outfits who called for a protest demanding the company to rebuild the demolished temple.
Tensions ran high on Tuesday with activists of Bajrang Dal and VHP, including Bajrang Dal state president M Rama Raju barging into the barricades arranged by the police. 58 Bajrang dal activists and VHP workers are taken into preventive custody and are later released on personal bonds.
Ultimately, upon the deal made, Red Fort Akbar Properties has agreed to register the site in the name of the Abhayanjaneya Temple Trust. The company also agreed to bear the total cost of the construction of the temple. Pallapu Govardhan, VHP president will be included as members in the trust.