NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Monday stated that the administrative committee led by district estimate would continue to handle the Padmanabhaswamy temple in Kerala.
The committee had been formed from the Supreme Court although it depended on the dispute over management and ownership rights of this temple that is regarded as the richest temple on earth.
In 2011 that the apex court had stumbled upon the request of IPS officer Sundarajan over the charge of the temple hope that has been dominated from the erstwhile royal family of Travancore for at least a million decades.
In the aftermath of charges of alleged financial woes, the situation at the Supreme Court pertained to that ought to find the possession, management and control of this temple trust–that the erstwhile royal family of Travancore, or even a Devaswom board commanded by Kerala authorities.
On the other hand, the Supreme Court on Monday declared to keep the government rights of this temple together with all the committee it had previously formed that is led by the district judge.
The SC had on May 2, 2011, remained the HC leadership to the state authorities to take on the resources and direction of their temple. On this day nine decades back, that the SC had directed the preparation of a list of articles/valuables/ornaments/ valuable stones at Kallara (vault) A to F, but’d afterwards explained that kallara B wouldn’t be opened without state dictates of the apex court.
The planning of inventories needed given rise to speculation that without launching of kallara B, that the worth of the stone, ornaments and precious stones of this temple, normally handled from the heirs of former Travancore ruler Marthanda Varma, has been about Rs 1 lakh crore.
This caused the SC warning the press from publishing insecure stories about the worth of this temple riches but at precisely the exact same time setting the IPS officer and group of police employees for 24X7 safety of the temple along with its own resources.