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A Hindu temple in Cambridge is under threat of being repossessed by the County Council.
The council has leased the building off Mill Road to the Indian Community and Culture Association for free since 1999.
But the authority says the grade-two listed building is in a poor condition and has fallen into disrepair.
Without the funding to keep it going, the council say they have no choice but to end their 25-year lease.
There's now fears that five thousand Hindu's in the city could be left without a place of worship, with the nearest temple 40 miles away in Peterborough.
Rajni Padia, Secretary of Indian Community and Cultural Association said: "Taking away a place of worship is denying the Hindu community in Cambridge our freedom to worship.
"At the moment we are celebrating all the Hindu religious ceremonies by hiring out various halls in Cambridge which we have to pay now as we can't use our shrine.
"It is very very sad, people are not happy, our community is not happy."
The ICCA say the've spent more than £200,000 on the upkeep of the building.
After failing to reach an agreement, both groups will go to court at the end of this month.