District Court can examine flaws in shrine management: SC


In a writ petition filed in the Supreme Court where petitioner sought different problems faced by the visitors visiting to shrines. The apex court said deficiencies in management, maintenance of hygiene, appropriate utilization of offerings and protections of assets with regard to shrines, irrespective of religion is a matter for consideration not only for the State Government, Central Government but also for Courts.

The bench of Justice Adarsh Kumar Goel and Justice Abdul Nazeer in a decision said every district Judge throughout India may examine such matters himself or through any court under his jurisdiction and send a report to the concerned High Court so that such report can be treated as PIL on the judicial side and such direction may be issued as may be considered necessary having regard to individual fact situation.

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