While the SJTA has filed cases against two former amins for their complicity in the fraud, the Puri Collector has launched a probe by constituting a fact finding committee.
SJTA verified the documents and declared those to be fake. The administration denied any approval of land transfer in favour of any person. Following that the SJTA on Monday filed a complaint with the Singhadwar police in connection with the matter, informed sources.
Puri: Soon after the Odisha government came under fire for its plans to sell over 35,000 acre of land belonging to Lord Jagannath, the Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA) on Thursday clarified that the report is totally false and motivated. In a series of tweets, SJTA Chief Administrator clarified on the issue and urged the […]
Bhubaneswar: The Odisha government has started the process to sell 34,876.983 acres reclaimed landed property of Lord Jagannath, Law Minister Pratap Jena informed the State Assembly on Tuesday. Replying to a question raised by MLA Mohan Charan Majhi, the Minister informed the house that 60,426.943 acres of land in the name of Lord Jagannath have […]