Karnataka High Court
Karnataka High Court

Karnataka – Ganesh festival will be celebrated at Idgah ground itself

The Karnataka High Court upheld the decision to allow the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi at Idgah ground in Hubballi-Dharwad. The court has dismissed the petitions not to allow religious work. Preparations are underway to install the Ganesh idol in the ground. Hearing the matter, the Karnataka High Court said that there is no dispute in this.

A late night hearing was held in the Supreme Court in this matter. The apex court had ordered the status quo on behalf of both the parties to be maintained. Along with this, the parties to the case were directed to approach the Karnataka High Court for dispute redressal. After this, the High Court gave this order late night.

The court noted that the Chamarajpet issue involved a dispute over the ownership of the property, while that of Hubli Maidan municipality, which was also admitted by Anjuman-e-Islam. The apex court ordered status quo to be maintained in the Bengaluru case and the Ganesh Chaturthi festival celebrated by the state government had to be put on hold.

This case was mentioned in the Hubli case. Justice Kinagi heard the matter at 10 pm in his official chamber. He pronounced the order at 11.15 pm after hearing the parties including the advocate of the state government. PLC/GT


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