The Supreme Court appealed to the long-awaited requests of 10-50 years old women of permitting them to enter the Sabarimala temple. The Supreme Court passed the verdict on Friday where it was clearly stated that the Court has decided to open the temple gates for women. The Court further declared that the restriction of entry of women in the temple violates the Constitutional law as given in Section 14 and 25 of the Constitution and nobody shall stop any woman from visiting the premises of the temple. There are lots of places in India where the entry is restricted by caste, creed, and religion. One such issue has been the temple in Kerala named Sabarimala Temple where sources have said that the restriction is done because of the menstrual cycle of women.
According to Hindu Mythology, Lord Ayappa is believed to be the creation of Lord Shiva and Lord Vishnu’s avatar Mohini and hence any female entry was believed to be restricted by the temple ward members.
What Supreme Court Said on Women Entry in Sabrimala Temple
The Supreme Court verdict to allow entry of women in Lord Ayappa’s Sabarimala temple
Lucknow: CM Yogi Adityanath stated that the Supreme Court must give its verdict on Ram temple case too. During his interview in Delhi, he made a statement that Ram temple case is a religious issue and connects with the emotional appeal of the Hindus and hence must not be taken in light with politics.
And Ongoing Political Drama On Sabrimala Temple is Not Over Yet!!
Thiruvananthapuram: Even after the verdict of Supreme Court controversies still are taking place on the visit of BJP Secretary Amit Shah Chief in Sabarimala temple fair.
Amit Shah stands opposed to CPM officials who are trying to restrict the entry of women in Sabarimala temple.
According to sources, Amit Shah’s warning on Government if they would not stop his actions in disturbing the priests then the BJP would take some legal action.
Kerala Chief Minister Pinyani Vijayan declared the statement of Amit Shah as an attack on the Jurisdiction, Constitution and the Supreme Court.