NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court Friday allowed devotees to supply (*3*) in three Jain temples in Mumbai amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
A bench headed by Chief Justice S A Bobde nonetheless mentioned that permission for Ganpati competition must be taken on a case-to-case foundation from the Maharashtra Disaster Management Authority.
The apex courtroom mentioned that no permission for prayers can be given for another temple in Mumbai.
“We direct the petitioners shall observe the SOP,” the bench mentioned, whereas allowing devotees to go to Jain temples at Dadar, Byculla and Chembur.
The bench was listening to an attraction in opposition to the Bombay High Court order which had mentioned that it didn’t want to intrude with the state’s resolution of to not allow Jain temples in Mumbai to open for devotees to mark the eight-day Paryushan competition from August 15 to 23 in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.