Sabarimala Row: Chief priest's representatives not to attend CM's meeting
Both the ruling CPI(M) and Opposition Congress on Saturday wanted a dialogue with the people concerned before implementing the Supreme Court verdict on entry of women of all ages in the Sabarimala Temple
The representatives of Sabarimala temple's 'tantri' (chief priest) will not attend a conciliation meeting called by Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan to discuss the September 28 Supreme Court verdict that threw open the temple to all women, according to an announcement made on Sunday.
"Let us hear the final decision of the state government with regards to the filing of a review petition against the apex court's verdict. Once that is known, then we will decide on what needs to be done. To deploy female police personnel in the temple premises is a violation of the temple practices," Sabarimala priest Kantararu Mohanaru said. The meeting will be held on Monday.
CPI(M), Cong seek dialogue
Both the ruling CPI(M) and Opposition Congress on Saturday wanted a dialogue with the people concerned before implementing the Supreme Court verdict on entry of women of all ages in the Sabarimala Temple.
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