New Delhi: The Supreme Court will hear on Monday an application seeking to change the order of the court in the Sant Ravidas temple case . In fact, former Congress president Ashok Tanwar and Pradeen Jain have filed an application asking that the order given by the Supreme Court on October 21 be changed. A permanent temple should be ordered at the temple site and not a cabin made of wood. And the tank near the temple should be included in the temple premises.
In fact, for the construction of the Ravidas Temple, the Central Government had proposed to provide 400 square meters of land which was accepted by the Supreme Court and allowed the construction of the temple at the place where the temple was demolished. The Supreme Court had asked the Center to constitute a committee to look into temple construction etc. in six weeks.
Earlier, the Supreme Court had indicated to the solution the petitioners Congress leaders Ashok Tanwar and Pradeep Jain had asked for a solution in the case. The Sant Ravidas Temple at Tughlakabad was demolished following a Supreme Court order. After this, there were strong protests in Delhi and many adjoining districts and then a petition was filed in the case in the Supreme Court.