Saturday, March 2, 2024

Topic: Sabarimala women entry

Trupti Desai has announced her visit to Sabarimala and seeks protection from Kerala Government

Desai has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan, and the state’s director general of police, seeking protection. “After the Supreme Court ruling, I have received more than 300 numbers of threats on my Facebook account,” she claimed.

Dalit teacher faces threats from Hindutva activists after her vain Sabarimala bid

Bindu, an embattled Dalit activist tried to go to Sabarimala soon after the Supreme Court verdict allowed women of all age groups to enter the hill shrine.

Tribals demand Sabarimala control from Brahmans, approach Supreme Court

The United Malayaraya Mahasabha, representing the Malayaraya tribal community in Kerala moves to  Supreme Court claiming that the Brahmans snatched the  Sabarimala temple from the tribal community and demand that the temple be returned to them.

Kerala CM Pinarayi Vijayan supports women’s entry to Sabarimala temple

"Women, too, have the right to worship in a temple like any other women. This government is committed to implementing the Supreme Court verdict. said Chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan

Women Lawyers behind petition on women entry to Sabarimala temple has strong ties with RSS

The Sangh Parivar activists filed the petition in the Supreme Court seeking admission of women in Sabarimala Temple 12 years ago.