Sabarimala Ayyappan Temple Case Verdict By Supreme Court – No Restricted For All Ages Of Women

Sabarimala Ayyappan Temple Case Verdict By Supreme Court – No Restricted For All Ages Of Women:

On 28th September 2018, Friday the Supreme Court had released the Sabarimala Temple Case Verdict stating that ban for the Women Of All Ages to enter into Sabrimala Temple had been removed.

The Supreme Court has ruled that all age groups should be allowed in the famous Sabarimala Ayyappan temple in Kerala.

Only male devotees are allowed to the famous Sabarimala Ayyappan temple in Pathanamthitta, Kerala. Women in the age group of 10 to 50 years are not permitted.

Many of the cases were filed by the Indian Young Lawyers Association in the Supreme Court opposing this system which has been pursued for years. It should be ordered to allow all aged women to enter the Sabarimala temple. This is against fundamental rights. Claimed to be anti-gender.

On July 18, the Kerala Left Front government issued a petition saying that we are allowing women to enter the Sabarimala temple. At the same time, the Congress government in Kerala was opposed to allowing women to be allowed.

Last August, the Supreme Court Judges Deepak Mishra, RF Nariman, AM. The trial of the five judges of Convivagar, D. Chandrasuddin and Hindu Malhotra was postponed without delay.

In this case, the judges ruled today. Two judges in one of the five judges in the session, and 3 other judgments alone pronounced judgment.

Chief Justice Deepak Mishra said in his verdict, “Sabarimala temple has long been discriminated against by women. Women are not weak. Women are equal to males. Women should not be discriminated against in worship. All age groups should be allowed in Sabarimala Ayyappan temple. It is illegal to refuse women to enter the temple. ”

 



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