The Aurangabad bench of the High Court dissolved the Board of Trustees of Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan. It directed that a new board of trustees be appointed within the next 8 weeks. Until then..

The Aurangabad bench of the High Court dissolved the Board of Trustees of Shirdi Saibaba Sansthan appointed during the Mahavikas Aghadi government. It directed that a new board of trustees be appointed within the next 8 weeks. Until then, the management of the temple was ordered to be handed over to a three-member committee as before. Petitions have been filed objecting that the Board of Trustees has not been appointed as per the rules and the standards have not been followed. It was investigated and judgment was reserved.

Social activist Sanjay Kale has filed a plea in the Aurangabad bench that Shirdi Sai Baba Sansthan Board was formed illegally during the Maha Vikas Aghadi government. First, NCP MLA Ashutosh Kale was appointed as the president of the board.

The board was appointed after a major political turmoil during the Mahavikas Aghadi government. The quota decision has been delayed due to three party governments. In the first phase, the President appointed NCP MLA Ashutosh Kale along with some other members. After that the rest of the members were appointed as per the orders of the court. But Kopargaon-based Sai devotee and social activist Sanjay Kale filed a petition claiming that the government was not following the law it had made while appointing the board of trustees.

It was stated in the petition that the then coalition government did not follow the rules in the appointment of members in the board of trustees. The Aurangabad bench which heard the PIL issued the final verdict on Tuesday.

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