Kerala High Court initiates suo motu case after news report claims devotees made to wash feet of 12 Brahmins; Devaswom Board disputes claim

The counsel for Cochin Devaswom Board submitted that it is not devotees who wash the feet of brahmins but the Tanthri who washes the feet of 12 poojaries at the temple.
Justice Anil K Narendran and Justice PG Ajithkumar
Justice Anil K Narendran and Justice PG Ajithkumar

The Kerala High Court on Tuesday initiated a suu motu case based on a news report which appeared in Malayalam daily Kerala Kaumudi alleging that devotees at Sree Poornathrayeesa Temple, Tripunithura are made to wash the feet of twelve brahmins as atonement for their sins.

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