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KOTTAYAM: The shrine of the St Paul's Orthodox Church at Kulathukadavu near here was desecrated allegedly by anti-social elements. Police investigation is on, focusing on anti-social elements who have made the spot their regular hideout. The damages to the shrine were first noticed by early morning walkers. They found that the image of St Paul placed inside the shrine and two candle stands were thrown to the rivulet nearby. This is the second attempt at desecration of the shrine. Thiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan, Minister for Revenue, visited the area.

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