Sabarimala Protests Live Updates: mid Sabarimala Protests, Devotees Check Cars, Ask Women To Go Back: Well, you all may know that a month ago Supreme Court has announced a verdict where the panel of judges stated that anyone from any gender and age could go to the Sabarimala temple. Now, after the verdict, a long group of people, mostly women, and some of the Temple authorities aren’t happy. Also, the big majority of people aren’t looking that supportive to the Supreme Court’s verdict. A little over 24 hours to go before the Sabarimala shrine in Kerala but things aren’t looking as good as expected by the people.
Sabarimala Protests Live Updates
We think that the whole drama is going to pick some new heights in the upcoming days. Even some political leaders and other supportive parties aren’t happy with the verdict and they are protesting against it. Also, the protesters along with several members of the BJP held a massive protest march yesterday at the Kerala Secretariat in Thiruvananthapuram. Overall, you all should know that things aren’t going right for the government and they assured that they aren’t going to file review.
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Also, the sources are saying that the Travancore Devaswom Board, a temple body, is expected to hold a meeting with various stakeholders including the Pandalam royal family and Ayyappa devotees. We think that things aren’t going to be easy for the public in upcoming days as well as for the local people and government. Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan assured that government will not submit a review petition and they will facilities to allow all devotees to go to Sabarimala shrine tomorrow.
A majority of women came out and they started a silent march against the verdict. Also, we have seen the big drama yesterday where the protestors gave the 24 hours ultimatum to the government to file the review petition. Also, we have seen Lok Sabha lawmaker Anto Antony, who represents Pathanamthitta constituency under which the Sabarimala hill shrine comes, urged the Centre to issue an ordinance to get around the Supreme Court order.
Also, we have seen that some college students and women media reporters were not allowed inside the campus and the temple authorities stopped them. You all should know that police are trying their hard in maintaining the peace. We have seen that some women are happy too and they wanted to go inside the temple to pray which is against the religious law of people.