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Complaint filed against Vicky & Katrina’s wedding venue manager

A Rajasthan based advocate has filed a complaint with the District Legal Services Authority against the closure of the road leading to the Chauth Mata temple from 6th – 12th December, due to the marriage of Vicky Kaushal and Katrina Kaif scheduled in Sawai Madhopur district.

Advocate Naitrabind Singh Jadoun filed the complaint against the manager of Six Senses Fort Barwara, the venue for the wedding and the District Collector against the closure of the road leading to the temple. Along with this complaint, in view of the problems faced by the devotees, a request has been made to open the way to the temple, reports Mid Day.

Jadaun highlighted in his complaint that he has no objection to the event.

“Chauth Ka Barwara accommodates a historical temple of Chauth Mata, which is centuries old. Every day, hundreds of devotees visit the temple and offer their prayers. Hotel Six Senses is located on the way to the temple. The hotel manager has closed the road leading to the temple under the supervision of the District Collector from December 6-12. Due to this, the devotees are facing a lot of trouble in reaching the temple. For the next six days, the main road leading from Hotel Six Senses to the temple will be completely closed. In such a situation, keeping in mind the sentiments of the common man and the devotees, the way to the Chauth Mata temple should be opened from the front side of Hotel Six Senses,” Jadaun said in his complaint.

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