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Police cover Sree Padmanabhaswamy Temple in Trivandrum, Kerala - AP.
Even as the head of the former Kerala royal family renounced any personal claim to billions in ancient treasure, representatives of 90 Hindu organisations have decided to meet on July 12 to decide their stand on the discovery.
"The royal family is not claiming anything. No part belongs to the family," said K.K. Venugopal, a lawyer representing the descendants of the erstwhile rulers of the Travancore princely state.
The find, worth an estimated Rs.1 lakh crore, was found in the underground vaults of Thiruvananthapuram's Sri Padmanabhaswamy temple.
BJP councillor Ashok Kumar, who was at the temple premises along with his supporters, also welcomed the apex court order on not opening the sixth and final vault.
"It is a welcome relief that the apex court of the country has come out with a directive not to open vault B until further orders. But we are certainly meeting on July 12 to decide what our stand should be with regard to this issue," said Ashok Kumar.
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