A Kerala actor who had issued a threat message that women coming to Sabarimala temple will be hacked to pieces has issued an apology now. On September 28, the supreme court of India had given the verdict that women of all age groups can enter Kerala's Sabarimala temple and offer their prayers to lord Ayyappa and with the exception being Justice Indhu Malhotra who was against the verdict.
While a section of people welcomed the verdict from Supreme Court, other sections have been against the verdict and it's a shocking fact that even many section of women themselves are against the verdict.
In such a situation recently, actor and BJP member Kollam Thulasi said that women entering Kerala's Sabarimala temple must be hacked to two pieces and one piece must be sent to Delhi and other to Trivandrum. Following a controversy and case filed against him for this speech, Kollam Thulasi has now issued an apology.
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