Thiruvananthapuram: The Devaswom board can submit a report within the Supreme Court opposing the entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala temple once the highest court thinks about the pleas. The report can make a case for this state of affairs at Sabarimala and therefore the inconvenience caused to the customs.
The court’s finding allowing entry of all ladies into the temple upon a private plea of 4 ladies seeking entry to the temple was completely a matter out of context. This verdict has affected the peculiar customs of all temples in Kerala.
The board also will inform the court that the ladies of the barred cohort themselves have come back up against the court finding. Following the SC finding, the ladies who had come back for darshan were female activists and women journalists.
Yet, the board can strongly oppose the `only-Hindu stand' like a house of God is also a part of the pilgrimage. The ‘Only-Hindus’ stand can harm the purity of Sabarimala, noted the report. The report additionally includes the recent developments and crackdowns at Sabarimala noting that anti-nationals and criminals have broken the purity of the hill shrine.
According to Indian laws, a deity could be a perpetual minor that entitles the court to be the guardian. Thus, the board can means that the court is liable to safeguard the interests and rights of the deity. The previous verdicts of apex court during this regard additionally are highlighted.
A special note also will be submitted to the apex court on the opinions of the Devaswom board. A team below Devaswom commissioner N Vasu have gone to an urban center to debate the matter with Adv Aryama Sundaram, who can seem for the board.
The Board’s report shows that it's reduced its sturdy stance on implementing the SC finding at Sabarimala. although the board doesn’t oppose the decision directly, it shares its apprehensions within the matter.
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