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Supreme court fed up with UP government, says "Why not a law about religious institutions?"

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22nd October, 2019 17:15 IST

New Delhi: The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh has once again faced the wrath of the Supreme Court. This time, due to no law on the temple in the state, the Supreme Court has reprimanded the Yogi government. The court told the UP government that, it is an honour, will the administrative orders be followed in the state or not? Why no law has been implemented in the state regarding the temple yet?

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It is noteworthy that the Supreme Court on Tuesday heard the case of disturbances related to donations in Shri Sarvamangala Devi Bella, a nearly 300-year-old ancient temple of Bulandshahr. In this case, the court has reprimanded CM Yogi Adityanath for the flexibility and irresponsible attitude of the UP government. The court said that, can anyone build a temple or collect donations in UP? Till now why there is no law on the temple in the state, while the central government has made a law in this matter as well as it is applicable in many states.

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The Supreme Court has asked the UP government, asking why there is no law made by the Center in your state. The court has sought a reply from the Yogi government in 6 weeks whether they are making laws or not? The court said that it is not just a matter of the temple, it is a matter related to the people and we mean people, not the temple. Let us tell you, in the last hearing, in this case, the Supreme Court said that it is fed up with the UP government.

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