Supreme Court said that its orders on the Guru Ravidas Temple in Tughlaqabad forest area here cannot be given a 'political colour'.
New Delhi: The Supreme Court, on Monday, said that its orders on the Guru Ravidas Temple in Tughlaqabad forest area here cannot be given a "political colour".
A bench comprising Justices Arun Mishra and M R Shah asked governments of Punjab, Haryana and Delhi to ensure that no law and order situation is created politically or otherwise during the protests over the demolition of temple.
"Everything cannot be political. Our orders can't be given a political colour by anybody on earth" the bench said.
The Delhi Development Authority (DDA) had demolished the temple pursuant to the orders of the apex court, which had on August 9 observed that "serious breach" had been committed by Guru Ravidas Jainti Samaroh Samiti by not vacating the forest area as earlier ordered by the top court.