Thiruvananthapuram: The Supreme Court-appointed amicus curiae in the Sree Padmanabha Swamy Temple case has ruled that the Travancore Royal family should not intervene into the temple administration.
The amicus curiae, in its 550-pages report, said the Royal family, however, can inform their opinions in- writing.
The report has also asked to form an interim management panel to look into the daily activities of the temple.
Gopal Subramaniam, amicus curiae appointed by the Supreme Court in the case, had reported to the apex court several anomalies in the temple management.
He had also accused the government of attempting to tender the renovation works of the temple pond at exorbitant rates.