• Saturday, August 13, 2022


Brent Council Apologises for Picture of Hindu Temple on Public Toilet

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By: Radhakrishna N S

A council has apologised for putting a picture of a Hindu temple on a public toilet. Dipa Das, a councillor in Tower Hamlets in east London, complained to Brent Council in west London on behalf of the Hindu Council UK. The image was on an advertising screen on the toilet in Kingsbury, north London, and has now been removed. Hindu Council UK said: “It is highly inappropriate to use Hindu deities, images, concepts or symbols for commercial or any other agenda and this issue has hurt the Hindu community very much. In fact, symbols of any faith, should not be…

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