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Ganesh Chaturthi, Karnataka: Controversy over Karnataka Ganesh festivities on Edga land: a 10-point guide

The Supreme Court noted that the land of Habili Edja belongs to the Hali Darwad City Company.

New Delhi:
Before of next year Assembly election in Karnataka and Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations turned hot button issue after the hindu outfits We are allowed to install Ganesh idols in I got pregnant because of his refusal for The same in Bengaluru.

Here is your 10-point guide to this big story:

  1. In an extraordinary midnight hearing, the Karnataka High Court authorized the installation of Sinister Ganesh in Hubballi’s Eidgah Maidan. A local Islamic organization objected to civil society body’s move to me allow Celebrations there, saying the municipal commissioner was “trying to divert place of Worship”.

  2. fetish of Lord Ganesh installed in Earth soon After the court’s decision, the celebrations were held peacefully amid tight security.

  3. The Supreme Court said “serious disagreement” over Property in the case of Bengaluru Edgah land, on earlier ordered by the Supreme Court “status quo” on Petition by the Karnataka Endowment Council, it did not appear here where the land was used for regular Activities including parking vehiclesnot a file place of Worship. “The facts are different,” the court said.

  4. The Supreme Court noted that the land of Hali-Edja belongs to the Hali-Darwad City Company and that the Anjuman Islam petition is authorized who give permission to use Earth on Two occasions – Ramadan and Eid.

  5. “This is a (land of my rope) company property And the institution can do what it deems appropriate…they have two days of prayer, Ramadan and Bakri Eid, that of Of course you can’t interfere with it, said the judge.

  6. after the state government Ganesh Chaturthi celebrations allowed on On the land of Bengaluru, the Board of Endowments approached the courts saying, “I am not religious event from any other country community held in this is property…declared as endowment property in accordance with the law. suddenly in 2022, they say it’s disputed territory, and they are want To hold the Ganesh Chaturthi festival here.”

  7. “no give “It is an impression for religious minorities that their rights can be crushed,” attorney Dushyant Dave told the Supreme Court.

  8. The Supreme Court will decide the matter on Property of The High Court said Bengaluru Idiga’s 2.5-acre land was a dense spread of Police and quick action force continues there.

  9. Soon after the Supreme Court order on Eida Square in Bengaluru and Karnataka Revenue Minister R Ashoka said that in fact “public propertyAnd the law fight over It will continue to be owned in the courts.

  10. Mr. Ashoka said that a file government She will abide by the orders of the Supreme Court, but she will continue to do so challenge them legally.

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