Kerala to auction temple assets | Malabar Board seeks 'DONATION' for fight against COVID-19

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Massive controversy breaks out over Kerala Government’s decision to auction temple assets. After taking ₹ 5 crores from Guruvayur, now Malabar Board seeks ‘donation’ from all the A list temples in the state to fight against COVID-19 crisis. The Travancore board has decided to sell unused lamps and utensils o tide over financial crisis faced due to the pandemic situation. However, the Kerala High Court has ordered to put a stop for all these proceedings.

‘A temple doesn’t belong to a Government, it belongs to devotees. Government’s job is to manage the temples, but what they’re doing is ‘appropriating’ the temple wealth’, says an activist Rahul Easwer.

Times Now’s Executive Editor Vivek Narayan with more details. Listen in!

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