Sant Ravidas Temple to be a permanent structure, not a wooden portacabin: Supreme CourtDecember 1 2019
The Supreme Court earlier this week allowed a permanent structure to be constructed for the Sant Ravidas Temple in Delhi's Tughlaqabad, as opposed to the wooden portacabin suggested by the Centre.
The Bench of Justices Arun Mishra and Surya Kant also allowed for a fence to be built enclosing the Gurudas pond on the premises of the Sant Ravidas Temple. The order was passed in an application filed by former Member of Parliament Ashok Tanwar and former Union Minister Pradeep Jain Aditya.
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