Four women sought police protection for entering in Sabarimala temple,Petition filed in High Court
Four women in the Kerala High Court have filed petitions and demanded police protection during Sabarimala Darshan. According to the news agency ANI, he has also demanded from the court to direct the state government to provide security to those who have been threatened. With this, he has also demanded reservation of separate days for women to appear in Sabarimala.
Meanwhile, a contempt petition has been filed in the Supreme Court against Kerala BJP President PS Sreedharan Pillai, temple priest and three others who have commented on the Sabarimala controversy. Please let us know that Solicitor General Tushar Mehta had earlier approved the petition, hence the petitioners have filed the application directly in the Supreme Court.
It may be mentioned that earlier on Thursday, the Chief priest T. Madhavan Namboodiri, who was posted on Facebook against a minister of Kerala, was removed from the controversy over the Sabarimala temple dispute. Please tell that Madhavan, the minister of Goddess of the state, There was a post on Facebook against Surendran, in which abusive words were used. This temple belongs to the Malabar Devasam Board. The Board operates temples in Malabar (North Kerala).