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Wednesday, 19 February 2020 7.00 AM IST

Don't ask anything unnecessary, says Kadakampally when asked about women entry in Sabarimala

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THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Devaswom Minister Kadakampaly Surendran said they accepts the Supreme Court verdict in any case. The government is accepting the Supreme Court verdict with both hands. The content of the verdict must be examined. The opposition should not seek political advantage on it, he said.

‘The government's policy is to accept the Supreme Court verdict in any case. The government is in a position to accept that and this has been repeatedly stated by the government. There is still no doubt about that. The government is accepting the Supreme Court verdict with both hands. The content of the verdict must be examined. The opposition should not seek political advantage on it. Don’t try to provoke. Ayodhya verdict is before us. How we accepted that verdict and this also should be seen like that. When journalists asked whether government will allow women to enter the temple if they come, the minister said don’t ask any unnecessary questions.

The Supreme Court today referred the Sabarimala case to a larger bench.

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