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Thursday, 8 November 2018

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Sangh Parivar seized Sabarimala, police remained silent: Congress

Despite the Supreme Court's order, last month, women (10 to 50 years of age) were not allowed to enter the Sabarimala temple. There were also quite violent repurcussions about it. Even after the temple was opened again the devotees continued to perform. On this controversy, Congress on Wednesday said that during the 24 hours of opening the Sabarimala temple the Sangh Parivar took the temple to its possession, but the police remained a mute spectator.
Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala told the media on Wednesday, "The government and the police failed absolutely because one day after yesterday (Tuesday) when the temple closed at 10 o'clock, the workers of the Bharatiya Janata Party and the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) They wanted to do whatever, whatever happened, finally it happened. "He said," The police remained mute while these forces (BJP, RSS) kept the temple occupied. "
The right-wing groups had made it clear that they would not allow women from the age group of 10 years to 50 years of age in the temple, whereas the Supreme Court has said in its order on September 28 that all the age groups in the temple Women should be allowed to enter.

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