Talking to newsmen here, HMK leader Arjun Sampath said the arrangements for organising the game was underway and the Centre and state Governments were also taking steps for clearing the hurdles in organising the game. “If no permission is given,then HMK will organise the sport violating the ban”, he said. He welcomed the High Court’s order imposing dress code for devotees coming to the temple.

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