Police personnel and servitors of Sri Jagannath temple caught a youth who was climbing onto the Natamandap of Srimandir on Monday.
The Sundargarh MP also came down heavily on BJD MP from Puri Pinaki Mishra for giving wrong information about the project in the Parliament.
Srimandir Parikrama project: Beautification work fine but must follow norms, says Dharmendra Pradhan
BJP MP Aparajita Mohanty and national spokesperson Sambit Patra have targeted the State government by describing the project as illegal but Puri MLA has expressed his desire for the completion.
The NMA has asked the authorities to reduce the height of the proposed building so as to prevent overshadowing of the temple complex by a tall structure.
Earlier on April 13, the lawyers had lodged a complaint with Simhadwar police and they urged the police to register a case and investigate the matter but in vain.
The drawings and structural designs included in the DPR are different from the one presented to the National Monument Authority.
As per tradition, a yajna was held at the chariot construction yard following which servitors brought agyanmallyas of the Trinity in a procession from the Srimandir.
Says there is no threat to Srimandir and the 12th century shrine is safe
The memorandum said that the heritage corridor project work should be completed at the earliest to enhance the glory of abode of Lord Jagannath in the entire world.
ASI seeks two weeks time to file its affidavit on constructions around Srimandir
A 21-member Parliamentary Standing Committee on Culture, Tourism and Transport led by TG Venkatesh on Thursday visited the Sri Jagannath Temple and had darshan of the holy Trinity.
Narayan demanded a thorough probe into the incident and culprits arrested at the earliest.
Seeking intervention of the Culture Ministry into the issue, Sarangi said that the work on the project should be immediately stopped as it is a violation of the AMASR Act.
Opposition BJP, Congress members created ruckus over impact of construction work on the shrine
Earlier, people who had occupied or were in possession of the temple land for long had approached the government for the sale or transfer of the land.