The central government has finally agreed to give space for the Sant Ravidas temple, which was in the discussion recently. The temple in south Delhi removed by the DDA on 10 August, which strongly opposed it. A big demonstration also held in Delhi. It now been decided that the temple will be rebuilt at the place where it was.
The Supreme Court had on 5 October asked the Center to find a solution to the temple. Today the next date, on which the central government said to give the land. The court was then hearing the plea of Rajesh Lilothia, acting president of Delhi Congress. This petition was against the DDA.
Central Government said Sant Ravidas Temple will be built from where it removed
On Friday, a bench of Justices Arun Mishra and S. Ravindra Bhat filed the motion of Attorney General KK Venugopal appearing for the Center and asked the parties seeking construction of the temple that if they had any objection, they would send it by Monday Please register.
The central government told the Supreme Court that in view of the sensitivity of the case and the faith of the devotees, the government will give 200 square meters of land at the same place for the construction of the temple. For the temple then there was a huge demonstration by the Dalits from different parts of the country at Ramlila Maidan.
Please tell that this temple removed after the order of the Supreme Court. On August 9, the Supreme Court had said that the Guru Ravidas Jayanti function committee had committed a serious violation by not vacating the wooded area despite the order of the apex court. In the Supreme Court case between Guru Ravidas Jayanti Samarvana Samiti v. Union of India, the Supreme Court had ordered the removal of the construction from the DDA by 10 August.