Singapore police arrests Hindu temple priest as ornaments go lacking


Singapore, August 2

The chief priest of Singapore’s oldest Hindu temple was arrested on prices of “criminal breach of trust”, in line with police.

The Sri Mariamman Temple had lodged a police criticism after discovering out that some gold ornaments, which had been within the custody of the priest, had gone lacking, the temple stated in a press release on Saturday.

During an audit, it was found that the gold ornaments had been lacking, the temple stated, in line with Channel News Asia.

The temple didn’t point out the identify of the chief priest in its assertion. 

“Gold ornaments, which are frequently used for prayers, are kept under the custody of the chief priest in the inner sanctum of the temple. Regular audits are done to ensure that the gold ornaments are physically accounted for,” it stated.

The priest was questioned, and he later returned all of the lacking objects, the temple stated.

No different individual was concerned within the incident, in line with the Sri Mariamman Temple committee.

Police confirmed {that a} report was lodged and added {that a} 36-year-old man was arrested for prison breach of belief as a servant.  

The temple stated that the chief priest is at present on bail.

“The temple committee had kept the Hindu Endowments Board informed of this matter from the time the loss was discovered and is working closely to have closure on this matter,” it stated.  

Police stated investigations are ongoing. PTI



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