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Seer in no hurry to move to Kanchipuram
January 24, 2005 18:52 IST
Seer Jayendra Saraswati's stay at the Kalavai mutt has entered the third week, and he is in no hurry to move back to Kanchi mutt, around 40 km away.
While granting him bail in the Sankararaman murder case, the Supreme Court had asked him not to enter the Kanchi mutt till the charge sheet was filed.
The condition does not apply anymore, as the police filed the charge sheet on January 21.
But mutt officials have not been legally informed, sources said, adding that the seer is likely to be at Kalavai for at least one more week.
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