Maha says no to `chhath puja` at Juhu beach; HC to take call
Mumbai: Maharashtra government has informed the Bombay High Court that it had refused permission to a cultural organisation to use Juhu beach here for organising "chhath" celebrations on November 8 on the ground of serious violations committed earlier.
A statement to this effect was made by G W Mattos, Additional Government Pleader, in the high court yesterday.
However, Anjani Kumar Singh, the counsel for the organisation "Mann Ranglo", denied that the cultural body had flouted any norms earlier.
A bench of Justices S F Vajifdar and K R Sriram then asked the state government to file an affidavit in this regard.
The bench ordered that the affidavit shall be served on the petitioner latest by November 4, and gave liberty to the petitioner to apply for ad-interim reliefs before the vacation judge on
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