Sabarimala tense after 2 women- dressed as men, try to enter the shrine: Two women of about 30 years of age tried to go to Kerala’s famous Sabarimala temple. However, after facing opposition, they could complete only half the way of going to the temple. In the famous Sabarimala Temple located in Pathanamthitta, Kerala, about two women of about 30 years of age tried to enter. However, after facing opposition, they could complete only half the way of going to the temple and had to come back. The names of both women living in Kannur are Reshma Nishant and Shaniela Sajesh. Both of them had set a distance of 5.5 kilometers on the way to the temple. Meanwhile, angry devotees stopped him from going ahead. Both women started climbing to the temple at five in the morning and both were wearing men’s clothes.
Sabarimala tense after 2 women- dressed as men, try to enter the shrine
Both Women say that the police had given them assurances to give them protection, after which they went to the temple to visit. The police arrested five protesters protesting the two women, after which women continued to climb for some time.
After some women went ahead, both of them had to face protests once again. The whole incident lasted nearly two hours. Given the stressful situation, the police took both the women to the base camp.
PM overlaps Kerala government on Sabarimala temple
Prior to this, Prime Minister Narendra Modi took over the Left Front government and Opposition Congress of Kerela On Tuesday on the issue of women’s admission in Sabarimala temple. The Prime Minister attacked the Left Democratic Front (LDF) government, led by Pinarayi Vijayan, that it will be called one of the most embarrassing practices in history.
“We know that communists do not respect the country’s history, culture, and religion, PM Modi said. But someone was not imagining that they would hate it like this. They (United Democratic Front) are not good. There are many stands of Congress- they say something in the Parliament but say something else in Pathanamthitta. Sabarimala tense after 2 women- dressed as men, try to enter the shrine
Turning to the Congress, he said: “They talk one thing in Parliament and another thing in Pathanamthitta.” He said that “they are only different in name, but when it comes to corruption, casteism, communalism, and harm the cultural fabric.”
The Supreme Court had allowed the women of all ages to abolish the centuries-old traditional restrictions in September last year to stop women from entering the temple in Sabarimala temple.
Women devotees of 10 to 50 years were barred from the temple on the basis that decades ago the goddess god Ayyappa is a Brahmachari, and the verdict of the apex court annoyed the conservatives in Kerala. Sabarimala tense after 2 women- dressed as men, try to enter the shrine
The Left Democratic Front government led by the Communist Party of India (Marxist) said that it is determined to uphold the court’s decision. On 2 January, in the 40s, two women became the first woman to worship on Wednesday, provoking unrest in many parts of Kerala. One of them, Kanak Durga, was attacked by her mother-in-law on her return home on Monday. He was admitted to a hospital in Perinthalmanna, Malappuram district.