A bench headed by justices Abhay Oka ordered the state government to file an affidavit by February 15 on compliance of the high court order of November 2015 asking the authorities to demolish the illegal shrines in Maharashtra within six months. The high court asked the government to strictly follow its commitment of demolishing illegal shrines in the state which had come up after 2009 and warned that any laxity on its part would be viewed seriously.  "We are committed to demolish illegal shrines by May 2016 and either shift them to other place or regularise them," he said.  In the limits of Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai, 862 shrines had been identified as illegal. Of these, 28 were demolished, the pleader informed the bench
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