God omnipotent, no need to grab government land: Kerala High Court

The court also directed the Chief Secretary to instruct all the District Collectors to conduct an enquiry to identify illegal structures.

BySouth First Desk

Published May 31, 2024 | 7:00 AMUpdatedMay 31, 2024 | 9:41 AM

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The Kerala High Court has directed that no illegal religious places should be permitted on government land, irrespective of religion. The high court said that God is “omnipotent” and is everywhere, including in the bodies of believers, their homes and wherever they go. It directed the Chief Secretary to get District Collectors to identify illegal structures.

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