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Did 2 women who entered Sabarimala have ‘any hidden agenda’: Kerala HC asks Pinarayi Govt

The Kerala High Court on Tuesday made some sharp observations while hearing a batch of 15 petitions Sabarimala. The court asked the state government whether there was “any hidden agenda” in the recent incident of Maoist women entering Sabarimala. Referring to the recent entry of women in Sabarimala, the court asked whether those women were genuine devotees or have they visited the temple to prove something. ...

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CPM’s ‘Divisive Wall’ against Sabarimala costs Kerala exchequer

CPM-led Pinarayi govt. runs from pillar to post for 'catching' the women and children for the Women Wall they organise on January 01, 2019. Since CPM and LDF have been flaunting various sorts of themes and concepts, at different stages, for the Wall, the people of Kerala sill do not know what the organisers mean. Whatever they say, no doubt, it is for the promotion of the pet theme of CPM and LDF leaders, t ...

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Cases registered against 100 for chanting sarana mantra

Despite the intervention of Kerala High Court and its clear cut directive not to put devotees in trouble, the police continue to harass devotees in Sabarimala. The court had observed that CrPC 144 was not at all necessary in Sabarimala. Yet on the police has registered cases against 100 identifiable devotees in Sabarimala for chanting sarana mantra. Cases were slapped against some children who led the bhaja ...

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Kerala High Court strongly criticized CPM government

Kochi. The Kerala High Court on Monday strongly criticised the government over police actions at Sabarimala including overnight arrests. The HC also directed the advocate general to present himself in the afternoon and give explanation on the matter. The court suggested that devotees must not be held captive to implement the apex court verdict. It questioned the need for strong restrictions at the hill shri ...

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State Government has no power to interfere in day to day affairs of Sabarimala – Kerala High Court

In a major setback to the ruling CPM, the Kerala High Court has ordered today that the state government has no power to interfere in day to day affairs of Sabarimala. While considering three petitions regarding the Sabarimala issue, including a bail plea in the arrest of a protester, the court also said that the government cannot give instructions to the Devaswom Board on every matter. The priority of the g ...

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Pinarayi turns Kerala police state: 3500 devotees in jail; HC seeks report on Sabarimala time restrictions

The Kerala High Court sought a report from the state government on the proposed time restrictions it seeks to impose on Sabarimala devotees. This is being seen as an effort to foil devotees’ attempts to prevent young women from entering the hill shrine. The government wants to facilitate the entry of young women at any cost, despite the fact that women were on the forefront to protect traditions. Despite th ...

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Only Hindus Will Head Devaswom Boards – Kerala High Court

The High Court ruling deals a severe blow to CPM’s sinister move to appoint non-Hindus to key posts in the Kerala Hindu temple administration board New Delhi. Kerala High Court ruled on October 26, that only Hindus can come to the helm of Dewaswoms. The rule is in the wake of petitions filed by BJP state president Adv. P.S. Sreedharan Pillai, Hindu Aikya Vedi general secretary R.V Babu and former Thiruvitha ...

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Sabarimala – Don’t play to the gallery; Government will have to pay heavy price if it arrests innocents, Kerala High Court Warns CPM Government

In a major setback to the CPM, Kerala High Court lashed out at the Kerala Government over the brutal police crackdown against the Ayyappa devotees and Hindu activists following the Sabarimala protests. Kerala High Court, while considering the petition against the police atrocities on devotees, today warned the state government that it will have to pay a heavy price if it arrests innocent people. The court a ...

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