PETALING JAYA: Temple of Seafield Sri Maha Mariamman in USJ25 will not be moved because Selangor's government will intervene in that case, says a well-positioned government source.
The source said that it was agreed between Prime Minister Dr Mahathir Mohamad and Selangor Menteri Besar Amirudin Shari.
It is understood that the Selangor government will take control of the country.
However, it is not yet known how the state intends to do so, as it is the party that reached the Consent of 2014, which was resolved by the High Court.
"Details will be published tomorrow," the source said.
It is predicted that tomorrow's announcements will lead to the closing of the saga to move the temple, which saw a long legal battle, protests and chaos, including burned vehicles, mafia violence, attack on the temple and damage to property.
Earlier today, Interior Minister Muhidin Jasin revealed that a lawyer representing the developers paid a group of males to "control" the situation in the temple several hours before it was to be moved to Monday.
The group attacked the devotee in the temple, which led to concerns that left two seriously injured and 18 cars burned.
On Tuesday morning, a gathering in a temple, involving more than 1,000 people, became unbearable after the firemen burned.
When the firefighter arrived on the scene to avoid fire, demonstrators were charged with the truck, which is why he withdrew.
The fire department for emergency rescue services and firefighters were also vandalized.
The crowd also vandalized the building that hosted the One City Development developer's office. The crowd picked up a building that was about 500 meters from the temple, stoned and smashed glass doors and windows.