Supreme Court defers hearing on Puri Srimandir Reforms till March 5


NF Bureau:  The Supreme Court today adjourned the Puri Jagannath Temple reforms case till March 5, as one of the judges in the three-judge bench Justice Arjan Kumar Sikri, was unavailable today.

After visiting the 12th century shrine on February 23, the Supreme Court appointed Amicus Curiae Ranjit Kumar, submitted before the Apex Court that he had visited the Puri Jagannath temple in Odisha on February 23 in compliance with the Top Court’s order.

Ranjit Kumar sought more time to file his response with respect to his discussion with the temple administration, temple managing committee, Gajapati Maharaja and servitors over implementation of the reforms suggested by the apex court.

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