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Madras HC Dismisses Plea Seeking Appointment of Watchmen in 44,000 Temples Across State - (11 Nov 2021)

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Madras High Court has dismissed a petition seeking the appointment of watchmen on a uniform basis in all temples under the Hindu Religious & Charitable Endowment Department in Tamil Nadu. The Court has expressed an element of surprise in the overwhelming number of matters and the extent of interest shown in temple affairs. Appointment of watchmen in temple complexes is purely an administrative decision of the relevant temple, the court noted in its order.

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