Madurai sources stated that members of the expert committee who inspected the temple said the Veeravasantharayar Mandapam inside the Meenakshi Amman temple here was extensively damaged in the recent fire accident. The expert committee members said “During the inspection, we found that the Veeravasantharayar Mandapam was extensively damaged. The incident did not cause any damage to the thousand pillars Mandapam and Amman Samadhi”.
Meanwhile the petitioner said despite the shops paying a rent of Rs two lakh every month to the temple authorities, they had not implemented any safety measures for the shops. Moreover sources added “Smoke was seen coming out of the air conditioner and other electronic items because of a short circuit due to power overload in the EB transformer”.
However, the court directed the shops which had
received notice from the temple administration, to vacate before 12 noon on
Friday. The court stated the temple authorities would provide space for them to
keep their articles and the shop owners should shift them within three weeks.
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