Kalkaji Temple: Supreme Court Grants 2 Weeks Time For Unauthorized Occupants To Vacate Premises
Written by Shruti Sharma
In the case of Ram Swarth Singh & Ors v. Neeta Bhardwaj & Ors the vacation bench consisting Justices Surya Kant and JB Pardiwala dismissed the SLP condemning delhi high court order which instructed pujaris and unapproved tenants in city’s Kalkaji Temple to clear out by June 6 and given fourteen days time to a few unapproved tenants of Dharamshalas in the city’s Kalkaji Temple to clear out.
For a peaceful vacant possession, supreme court asked occupants to take help from administrator appointed by delhi high court.
In the hearing, the advocate showing up for the temple pujaris advised the seat that they have all the income records which show they are in control of such property for quite a long time which is likewise obvious from the report of the Sub-Divisional Magistrate.
It’s undeniably true that pujaris of the temple used to dwell nearby the temple and things have been like this for this situation additionally, it was contended, adding that priests are not against the development plan of the mandir yet their Dharamshalas and houses ought not be crushed in that frame of mind of the redevelopment plan. On April 27, the Supreme court had would not concede to grant status quo on an appeal challenging the High Court’s order which has passed some directions relating to the administration and maintenance of Kalkaji Temple in South Delhi here.