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Interim Order On Temple


The Supreme Court of India has asked the State Government to appoint a Full Time Chief Administrator for Shree Jagannath Temple.

Apex Court while passing an Interim order in Shree Jagannath temple matter on 4 November has asked the authorities to smoothly run the Nitis of Trinity and any lapse will not be tolerated.
 
A Bench of Justices Arun Mishra, MR Shah and S Ravindra Bhat  given around 22 directions in the Interim Order.
 
Briefing Media, Advocate General Ashok K Parija said that the Apex Court is happy with the State Government and has said that the Court will provide Rs.6 Crore to set up a School.

And for this educational institution the State Administration will be providing  the land.
 
Mr.Parija said the Apex Court has asked the State Government to build effluent treatment plant at Jagannath temple for taking care of drains and sewerage. 
 
The Court has asked State Government to build shelter for 60,000 devotees in association with Temple Administration.
 
The Apex Court directed the State Government to submit affidavit giving details of properties of Shree Jagannath Shrine across the country.
 
The Bench also directed to the Temple Administration to ensure there should not be misbehavior with women and incidents like snatching and pick vpocketing.
 
The Apex Court also asked the Temple Administration to ensure that all rituals shall be held according to the tradition and practices, while the Court and State Government will not interfere in these matters.
 
Mr.Parija, an ardent devotee of Lord Jagannath is known for his ability as an ace advocate also taking up the issue of Shree Jagannath Temple in the Supreme Court of India with all sincerity, said another Advocate handling the case in Apex Court.
 


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