Even if GOD encroaches upon public space, courts will direct removal of such encroachments: Madras High Court

The Court directed a temple to remove an entire construction put up on the public street, failing with the municipality was directed to ensure that public was able to have easy access.
Justice N Anand Venkatesh
Justice N Anand Venkatesh

The Madras High Court on Friday took a serious view of a temple being constructed on a public road and stated that even if God encroaches upon public space, courts would direct removal since public interest and rule of law must be safeguarded [Arulmighu Palapattarai v Pappayee].

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