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Madras High Court disposes of PIL on land owned by using Vetharanyam temple

The Madras High Court currently disposed of a PIL searching for a course to the respondents to re-fix and decorate the rent quantity for the land belonging to Vethapureeswarar Temple, Vetharanyam, Nagapattinam District, to an extent of 2426 acres of land, and to get better the stated land in the manner recognized in the law.

The PIL has been filed through one A.M. Sundaravel.

While thinking about the PIL, the Division Bench of Acting Chief Justice Munishwar Nath Bhandari and P.D. Audikesavalu stated that the land in query was once leased out by way of the temple in favour of the Salt Commissioner, Jaipur in 1961. According to the hire document, the Salt Commissioner is occupying the land.

“A course of the nature sought can’t be given in a public activity litigation due to the fact rights of the events are ruled via the rent files and as per the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowment Act, 1959,”

-the High Court observed.

The information performing for respondents has positioned on report files to exhibit the motion taken via the temple too are seeking for eviction of the first respondent, utilizing invoking Section seventy-eight of the Act of 1959, from the land in question.“Given the above, on account that the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department has already initiated motion to evict the first respondent, a path of the nature sought via the writ petitioner can’t be given,” the order reads.

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