The Supreme Cloister Friday said that the sixth basement of the Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Kerala will not be opened till the abundance recovered so far is appropriately documented.
An acme cloister bank of Justice R.V. Raveendran and Justice A.K. Patnaik said that the the sixth basement (Kallara B) will not be opened till the abundance recovered from Kallara A is videographed, photographed and its account is prepared.
The cloister directed that the Kallara A which has been resealed, will not be reopened till arrange are fabricated for its videography and photography and a babysitter is appointed to appraise the antique and appraisal of its treasure.
The cloister additionally took agenda of a account by above prince of the bygone commonwealth of Travancore, Sree Marthanda Varma, who is the arch trustee of the temple that the above aristocratic ancestors has no affirmation over any allotment of the abundance begin in the temple.
The temple belongs to the accessible and the abundance belongs to the temple deity, Varma's admonition K.K. Venugopal added.
The cloister additionally acclaimed the account of Kerala Arch Minister Oommen Chandy that the government has no affirmation over the treasure.
The Supreme Cloister had appointed a seven-member board in May, to accessible the vaults of the temple, which led to the analysis of huge abundance estimated to be about Rs.1 lakh crore.
There are six vaults in the temple, bristles of which accept been opened.