[The lawyer Saurav Dutta, who had appealed against the decision of the High Court, also informed the court, as well as judges SK Kaul and KM Joseph, that the decision of the government of State against the principle of law established an urgent hearing on its plea
The High Court yesterday denied any interference in the government's decision to give Rs. 10,000 to 28,000 to the state's Durga Puja committees and declared that the legislature was in power. appropriate body to decide on such expenses.
Temporary suspension granted by the court when the funds are disbursed, the court ruling in favor of the plea.
 In his plea, the petitioner challenged the government's decision to spend funds in the amount of Rs. 28 crores, stating that it was a problem for the pujas committees and that it was was not used for public purposes.
The plea also asserted that providing funds to puja committees was a violation of the secular structure of the Constitution.
On September 10, Mamata Banerjee announced that Rs 10,000 would be paid to 28,000 PUJ committees throughout the state – 3,000 in the city and 25,000 in the US. districts, which would cost the government 28 Rs. crore