CurlyTales' founder Kamiya Jani Falls Into Controversy

The visit of social media celebrity Kamiya Jani to the Shree Jagannath temple has sparked a conflict between the BJP and the BJD.

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Founder of the YouTube channel "CurlyTales," she has become well-known for her charismatic and engaging food & travel content.

A dispute arises over social media influencer Kamiya Jani's visit to Shree Jagannath Temple in Odisha, with the BJP seeking her arrest.

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Beef Consumption Allegations

Odisha BJP questions how an alleged promoter of beef consumption gained entry to the Puri temple, where non-Hindu entry is restricted.

She mentions being a Cultural Brand Ambassador of India and visiting 172 destinations in her Instagram bio.

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BJP's Demand

The BJP demands the arrest of Kamiya Jani and VK Pandian, alleging that her entry into the temple hurt Jagannath devotees' sentiments.

Camera Use Allegation

BJP's Jatin Mohanty claims a banned video camera was used on temple premises and calls for legal action against Jani and Pandian.

Temple Administration's Response

Shree Jagannath Temple Administration calls claims about the influencer taking a camera baseless, inviting evidence for investigation.

Kamiya's Statement

She denies eating beef and aims to promote Indian culture. Her temple visits are part of her exploration of her Indian heritage.

BJD's Counter

BJD accuses the BJP of baseless allegations, clarifying that Jani took 'Mahaprasad' at Radha Ballav 'Mutt,' not inside the temple premises.

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