Ravidas Temple demolition: Supreme Court says its orders cannot be given ‘political colour’
Monday, 19 August 2019
The Supreme Court asked governments of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi to ensure that no law and order situation is created during the protests over demolition of the Ravidas Temple.
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