Sabarimala: Kerala High Court appoints Amicus Curiae in case alleging use of spoiled halal jaggery for preparing prasadam

Advocate N Raghuraj Menon was appointed as amicus curiae to assist the court and the Sabarimala Special Commissioner in the matter.
Sabarimala: Kerala High Court appoints Amicus Curiae in case alleging use of spoiled halal jaggery for preparing prasadam
Sabarimala temple with Justice Anil K Narendran and Justice PG Ajithkumar

In response to a plea alleging the use of spoiled halal certified jaggery at the Sabarimala Temple, the Kerala government informed the Kerala High Court on Thursday that the raw materials used in the preparation of nivedyam/ prasadam in the temple undergo strict quality control procedures (SJR Kumar v. Travancore Devaswom Board).

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