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Odisha High Courtasked the State government Chariots’ construction to be completed by June 22

Cuttack:12/5/20: Odisha High Court on Tuesday asked the State government to make sure that the chariot construction work for Rath Yatra is completed by June 22.

The chariot festival of Lord Jagannath and his siblings will be celebrated on June 23 this year.

Reportedly, a bench comprising Orissa High Court Chief Justice Mohammad Rafiq and Justice SK Mishra while hearing a PIL filed by a senior advocate of the HC, and Jayanta Kumar Bal asked Odisha government to complete the work in the given time period.

The move has been taken so that the festival can be held without any hurdle in the centuries-old tradition.

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