Delhi HC said that large-scale invasions by dwellers at the Kakaji temple enclosures violate the rights and interests of devotees and visitors. The court earlier conducted to remove dwellers & unauthorized occupants & shopkeepers, who do not possess any legal rights to live there or to occupy shops.
The court-appointed retired High Court Justice JR Midha as the temple's administrator, who will oversee the holy institution's undertakings. The court also nominated Goonmeet Singh Chauhan as an architect to prepare a renovation plan for the temple and its surroundings.
Justice S.K. Kaul and M.M. Sundresh said that a three-judge bench of the apex court is already interdicted with the issue which has been dealt with, by the single judge of the High Court premises and using the spaces for commercial interests, like the petitioners on the one hand and the rights of the lakhs of devotees who visit the mandir. The Dharamshala within the mandir is not meant to be occupied permanently by shopkeepers, or their families running shops in the mandir premises.
According to the court, the petitioners have been living in the Dharamshala inside the temple enclosure for several years, ranging up to 40 years. They added, "This is obviously without paying a single penny, in the mandir, which is run by the baridaars and other stakeholders with whom litigation is currently pending before this in the court."
The court said that how shops are constructed obstruct the visitors, and evidence for it was photographs of the temple. The court came with the decision of removing illegal and unauthorized shopkeepers, occupants, chabutra holders aiming protection of visitors. It will be done with the help of the Delhi Police and SDMC. The court also declines to extend the last date of vacating the premises.
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