Lord Jagannath’s Rath Yatra will not go anywhere except Puri, Supreme Court dismisses petition

New Delhi
The Supreme Court dismissed the petition seeking permission to hold the Rath Yatra at places other than Jagannath Puri. The Supreme Court said during the hearing of the matter on Tuesday that it will not interfere with the orders passed under the Disaster Management Act of the states.

A bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana said that I am sorry, but we will not interfere in the order issued under the Disaster Management Act. The Supreme Court said that we are also feeling this bad, but we will not interfere. People from far and wide reach to see the Rath Yatra of Lord Jagannath in Puri, Orissa. This time the yatra is to be held from July 12. It is noteworthy that in view of Kovid, the state government has given permission to take out Ratha Yatra only in Puri.

Supreme Court bench headed by Chief Justice NV Ramana said that we also feel bad, but nothing can be done in this matter. Hopefully next year God will allow the Rath Yatra. In view of the situation of Kovid, the application was rejected.

The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court said that he also wants to go to Puri in the Rath Yatra but in view of the public health situation across the country, he has decided that he will worship from home. For the last one and a half year, he wanted to go but he would worship at home. Rath Yatra has been limited in view of Kovid. The matter came to the fore in the Supreme Court after the application was rejected by the Orissa High Court.


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