**Puri:** Four out of 10 servitors, who had been served show-cause notices for their alleged involvement in the Brahma Parivartan fiasco during the Nabakalebra festival in 2015, have submitted their replies, said Chief Administrator of Shree Jagannath Temple Administration (SJTA), Pradipta Mohapatra, today.
Pradipta further reiterated his statement that as per the decision of the Puri Srimandir Managing Committee, being a sensitive issue, probe reports of the Brahma Parivartan fiasco will not be made public. It is an internal enquiry process which will take its own course, he added.
Earlier on September 27, after scrutinising the submitted probe reports on the Brahma Parivartan fiasco, the Managing Committee had authorised Pradipta to take action against the erring servitors.
He had stated that both the reports submitted by former SJTA chief and 3-member special committee have been scrutinised. Around 10 to 15 servitors have been found guilty including the two who were earlier suspended and reinstated.
Pradipta had further informed that the irregularities committed during the Brahma Parivartan have been detected and disciplinary action would be taken under Section 21 (b) of the Temple Administration Act.
The Managing Committee had asked him to complete the proceedings within 3 months.
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