Jain Temple Illigle Contruction – Jain Temple Committee case sued for illegal construction in temple complexes for archaeological reasons

Lalitpur In the case of an illegal construction of the Jain Temple Committee Banpur in the Jain Temple and Bundela Temple Complex as part of the archeology in the urban area under Thana Banpur, the Thana Banpur police have filed a lawsuit against the chairman of the Jain Temple Committee Banpur Tahrir of the Archaeological Department.
As part of the archaeological investigation of India Deogarh, the assistant conservation assistant Ravikant Rastogi gave the Banpur police station a tahrir and announced that the construction work for the centrally protected monument Jain temple and the Bundela temple as part of the archaeological investigation of India will be carried out by Mahendra Kumar Nayak, chairman of the Banpur Jain Temple Committee. In the past, written information was also given twice at the police station. During the inspection with Naib Tehildar Mehroni on May 22, it was found that the construction work has not yet been completed. Construction is underway near the Jain Temple and within the Bundela Temple complex. It was also informed that construction work is being carried out in the protected area, in violation of the provisions of the Law on Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains. Based on the Tahrir of the Under Protection Assistant’s Archaeological Police Station, Banpur Police have taken further action by registering a case under the Ancient Monuments Act of 19/30 of 1958 against the chairman of the Jain Temple Committee in Banpur.

Lalitpur In the case of an illegal construction of the Jain Temple Committee Banpur in the Jain Temple and Bundela Temple Complex as part of the archeology in the urban area under Thana Banpur, the Thana Banpur police have filed a lawsuit against the chairman of the Jain Temple Committee Banpur Tahrir of the Archaeological Department.

As part of the archaeological investigation of India Deogarh, the assistant conservation assistant Ravikant Rastogi gave the Banpur police station a tahrir and announced that the construction work for the centrally protected monument Jain temple and the Bundela temple as part of the archaeological investigation of India will be carried out by Mahendra Kumar Nayak, chairman of the Banpur Jain Temple Committee. In the past, written information was also given twice at the police station. During the inspection with Naib Tehildar Mehroni on May 22, it was found that the construction work has not yet been completed. Construction is underway near the Jain Temple and within the Bundela Temple complex. It was also informed that construction work is being carried out in the protected area, in violation of the provisions of the Law on Ancient Monuments and Archaeological Sites and Remains. Based on the Tahrir of the Under Protection Assistant’s Archaeological Police Station, Banpur Police have taken further action by registering a case under the Ancient Monuments Act of 19/30 of 1958 against the chairman of the Jain Temple Committee in Banpur.

.

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply