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Separate law for all castes as priests: Apprentices urge Tamil Nadu government | All castes to be priests under separate law: Priest training students insist

Separate law for all castes as priests: Apprentices urge Tamil Nadu government | All castes to be priests under separate law: Priest training students insist
Separate law for all castes as priests: Apprentices urge Tamil Nadu government | All castes to be priests under separate law: Priest training students insist

Madurai: The Tamil Nadu Priestly Trained Students Association has urged that a separate law should be passed to appoint all castes as priests in Tamil Nadu.

In this regard, Tamil Nadu Priest Trained Students Association President V. Ranganathan and People’s Rights Protection Center State Co-ordinator S. Vanjinathan issued a statement: 57 students, including 22 students who studied at the Tamil Nadu Government Priest Training School, have been appointed as priests in various temples under the scheme to make all castes priests in 2021 in Tamil Nadu. were made This appointment was made as per the rules of the temple staff. Many people filed a case against these appointments in the Madras High Court.

In this case, the rules laid down by the Charities Department for the appointment of priests for Agama temples are invalid. It has been ordered that all activities including appointment of priest in Agama temples should be done according to Agama, custom, custom and tradition.

The Tamil Nadu government should have presented a strong case against the Shivacharyas in this case. But the Advocate General of Tamil Nadu Government has argued to accept the demand of Shivacharyas. The Chief Advocate has surrendered to the court before the start of the fight that only the priests of Agama temple can be exempted from the rules of the employees. It is shocking that the chief advocate of the government has spoken directly against the policy of the government.

From this it seems that those who are in the main responsibilities of the charity department in Tamil Nadu are against the egalitarian principles of Periyar, Anna and Karunanidhi and are the guardians of saffron thinking. It is shocking that the Minister of Charities has not given any explanation for this.

Thus, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu should investigate the mistakes made in the case against the appointment of all castes as priests and take action against those responsible for the mistakes. Government of Tamil Nadu should enact a separate law in the matter of priests as well as in the matter of NEET. For this, the Tamil Nadu government should seek the opinions of legal experts,” the statement said.


The article is in Tamil

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