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Women Who Entered in Sabarimala Temple is beaten by “Mother-In-Law Beat Me”

Women Who Entered in Sabarimala Temple is beaten by “Mother-In-Law Beat Me”: Reports are coming that the women who have entered in the Sabarimala temple in Kerala  is  beaten by her Mother in law. Here, we are talking about Kanaka Durga who has walked into the Sabarimala temple in Kerala by breaking a tradition which is that no women on menstrual age – between 10 and 50 could go there. Also, she did made the record with Bindu Ammini and entered in the temple with heavy police escort.

Kanaka Durga, 39 (L) and Bindu Ammini, 40, the first women to enter Sabarimala temple which traditionally bans the entry of women of menstrual age, pose for a photo after an interview with Reuters at an undisclosed location on the outskirts of Kochi, India, 

Woman who entered Sabarimala temple beaten up by mother-in-law

Sources are saying that the she entered her home after nearly two week in hiding because she had various threats. Now, she was attacked by her mother in law as she entered inside her house. Also, the reports are coming that she is beaten with a wooden stick till she barely stand. After that her mother threw her out and then she was thrown out. You all should know that the victim is in trouble and she gave her full statement to the police.

Kanaka Durga, a 39-year-old government employee, said, “She said who is there? When I replied it was me, she came from the kitchen, took a wooden stick and started beating me. She said I’d slept with many people, they (mother-in-law and husband) didn’t want to be at that house and started abusing me,” Also, at the hospital she being treated at a hospital where she is being treated for head wounds.

Now, you all should know that she added, “They beat me 10-12 times and I was hit on my head as well. I couldn’t even stand properly after being hit; still they dragged me out and shut the door.” A case has been filed against her mother-in-law and they are trying to investigate this case as it is a big case because it connected with it. Also, after they have entered in the temple they had been staying in an undisclosed location on the outskirts of Kochi, under state protection.