Court dispute begins over Madkai Navdurga on the eve of Jatra
30 Nov 2018 09:38 PM
As Mahajans want the chariot and other relgious vehicles to be locked up in the customary premises, the sessions court has appointed its officer. He will submit the report on Saturday, after which next hearing would be held in the evening.
In 2016, the Mahajans had petitioned to the High Court to close down the temple and to disallow the zatra celebrations there. The mahajns had also claimed that the temple was private property.
The High Court had turned down the request of the Mahajans.The court had ruled that the rituals and festivals be carried out jointly by the Mahajans and the villagers.
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