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How come people talk of social services when a treasure is found inside a hindu temple? This money will be less than the money spent on some annual pilgrimages. God is everywhere - why dont we sit at home and pray instead of adding cost and pollution.
J Krishnan, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
I wish the treasure be used for the helping and supporting below the poverty line. In any case the king had preserved this wealth from the British as well as to protect the country in case of any famines or other issues. So they must go back to the Govt of India to helping the poor.
stanley, dubai, United Arab Emirates
we hope India uses this in the right manner and uses it for the growth of India...!!
MH, -, Iceland
It is a big resposibility now to save these assets. This is Gods gift to the Indian people and half the money of from these valuables can remove all debts to the world bank from India so it should be used for people. If not used, at least it should be saved from theft as the details of the temple have been published and videographed publicly.
Sara, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
One thing is clear - India, as a country, is not going to be richer by this find, but a lot of politicians are going be billioniares!!! Just hope and pray that they use this to make India a better place.
Aash, Ajman, United Arab Emirates
With this money, which is a gift from God, India should totally remove poverty and feed people who are below poverty line and i pray that the money should not go to the wrong hands and that it be used completely for public welfare.....
pravin, jeddah, Saudi Arabia
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