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Thursday, 12 December 2019 2.38 PM IST

Will go to Sabarimala again, says Kanakadurga; Bindu Ammini asks govt to provide security to facilitate women entry

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Kanakadurga, one of the two women who broke traditions by entering the Sabarimala temple, said that she is not dissappointed by the Supreme court's decision to refer the case to a larger bench. She also added that she will go to the temple once again as the apex court has not issued a stay to its 2018 verdict. Meanwhile, Bindu Ammini, who accompanied Kanakadurga to the temple, asked the state government to protect security so as to facilitate women's entry to the temple.


It must be noted that Kanakadurga and Bindu Ammini are the only women to enter Sabarimala after the Supreme court pronounced its verdict allowing women entry to the temple. Despite failing in their first attempt to enter the temple in December, both managed to enter the temple on January 2 this year.

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