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Sunday, 31 May 2020 12.53 AM IST

Human Rights Commission disapproves of Prohibitory orders at Sannidhanam

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SANNIDHANAM: State Human Rights Commission member P Mohandas has said Prohibitory orders should not have been clamped at Sannidhanam. “We have asked for the explanation of the government and DGP on this. We’ll discuss with the IG matters related to Sabarimala restrictions. There are no hassles at Sannidhanam, which is in contradiction to what is reported by the media. Pilgrims have not complained to me about inconveniences,” he said.

Mohandas clarified that the Human Rights Commission would not file suo-motu case in connection with women’s entry in Sabarimala. ഠBut if anyone comes to us with a complaint, it will be considered. Currently, there are 13 cases under the consideration of the Commission. All these will be settled before Mandalam season. Those who created trouble at Sannidhanam may be over-zealous devotees. The real bhaktas will not create trouble. All pilgrims I met had no complaints. Nevertheless, there are issues at Pamba. We can’t blame officials…there is no magic wand in the hands of the government,” he said at a press conference held at Sannidhanam.

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