betking soccer,The Bill that seeks to amend the Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959 was tabled in the Assembly on Monday and was passed unanimously.
The law empowers anyone who is having interest in the affairs of the religious institution matters to lodge a complaint against encroachers and temple land encroachment.,betcricket
Till now, only the Commissioner of the Hindu religious and charitable endowments department could file a complaint against encroachment of temple land,bet365 golf each way
final four 2021 bracket,As per sub section (3) of Section 79-B of the Tamil Nadu Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Act, 1959, no court shall take cognisance of an offence of unlawful possession of any property belonging to a charitable or religious institution or endowment except on the complaint in writing from the Commissioner.
perth glory,Minister for Hindu Religious and Charitable Endowments Department PK Sekarbabu, who tabled the Bill, said that encroachment of properties belonging to religious institutions is “serious in nature”.
4abet,“It is brought to notice of the government that encroachments of properties belonging to religious institutions are on the increase… The said offence is serious in nature. Hence, it is considered that criminal complaint may be lodged by any person having interest in the affairs of the religious institution against the encroachers. The government have, therefore, decided to make the above said offence as cognisable and non-bailable and to amend section 79-B of the said Act for the purpose,” Sekarbabu said in a statement of objects and reasons.
bet365 golf each way,The Tamil Nadu government has launched a massive drive to retrieve temple lands that have been encroached in various parts of the state.