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Tamil Nadu: Madras High Court permits reopening of Dharmaraja Draupadi Amman Mandir for daily rituals

“Tamil Nadu: Madras High Court permits reopening of Dharmaraja Draupadi Amman Mandir for daily rituals”, Organiser, March 22, 2024:

“The Madras High Court has granted permission to the Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments (HR and CE) department to reopen the Dharmaraja Draupadi Amman temple located in Melpathi, Villupuram district, for conducting daily rituals and poojas.

However, the court has refrained from allowing devotees to enter the temple premises, citing concerns over potential law and order issues.

The interim orders were issued by a single judge of the Madras High Court, Justice N Anand Venkatesh, in response to a petition filed by K Balu, the head of PMK’s legal wing. The decision comes in the wake of several pleas seeking the resumption of daily pooja rituals in the temple, considering the sentiments and beliefs of the local villagers…..”

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