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Orissa HC Directs State Government to Consider Opening of Temples in Graded Manner - (08 Oct 2020)

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Orissa High Court has directed the State Government to consider opening of temples, in a graded manner, according to modalities it may decide, as per its assessment, from place to place and time to time in the matter of extending financial relief to the Sevayat/Servitors of registered temples.

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