“If you are Lord Balaji’s devotee, you have to be patient,” India Chief Justice NV Ramana told a man on Wednesday in Telugu alleging irregularities in the conduct of rituals at Tirupati Balaji temple.
Srivari Dadda, a devotee of Lord Venkateshwara Swamy, alleged irregularities in the conduct of “sevas” and rituals at Tirupati temple.
“Me, my brother and my sister are also devotees of Balaji. You cannot be impatient. Every day you cannot threaten the registry to register the petition or I will do this or that. It is not done. “CJI told the petitioner. .
The bench, also composed of Judges Surya Kant and Hima Kohli, asked the petitioner, who continually pressed his prayers alleging irregularities in the conduct of rituals at the temple, to be patient and to listen to the court.
Judge Ramana asked Dadda how the court could interfere with the conduct of the puja.
He stressed that this was a constitutional court and not a local court, where the applicant could say what he intended to say.
Dadda replied that it is a fundamental right.
The Chief Justice asked him if the conduct of the pooja was a fundamental right.
The bench stressed that it also expects all rituals to be carried out according to traditions.
The court finally gave the Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanams (TTD) a week to clarify the allegations.
The judiciary also asked the permanent lawyer representing the respondent TTD what had happened to the representation of Dadda.
The court asked the lawyer for instructions on the case and set it for a hearing on October 6.
Previously, the High Court of Andhra Pradesh had rejected the DIP filed by Daadaa, ruling that the procedure for conducting the rituals was the exclusive domain of the Devasthanams and that it could not become a matter of judgment, unless it was not. affects the secular or civil rights of others.
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