Dhaka [Bangladesh], Dec. 4 : A Hindu temple was vandalised and three idols were smashed by a group of unidentified miscreants in northern Bangladesh's Netrokona district on Saturday night.
Locals said they found the temple doors open on Sunday morning. They found smashed bits and pieces of the temple architecture and idols upon entering the temple premises.
Two of the idols, one of Kali and another of Shiva, were found by the locals about 600 feet away from the temple, reports the Dhaka Tribune.
Police launched an investigation after being informed by the locals about the incident. "We visited the site and have collected evidence of the vandalism," said a police official. Visiting the side of the incident, Netrokona Additional District Magistrate Abdul said that those behind the incident will be punished.