The police forces have come down heavily against the people protesting against women entering Sabarimala temple, as today they lathi charged and heavily attacked the protesters. After the sensational Verdict on women entering Sabarimala temple was given, yesterday is the first time the temple is all set to be opened, and it is expected that some will be entering the temple yesterday evening.
Against this verdict given by the Supreme Court, and against women entering the temple, lots of protesters are together, United at Nilakkal near Sabarimala Ayyappa temple.
As people required reaching the temple have to cross Nilakkal, and since people are blocking and protesting, yesterday the police lathi charged them and pelted stones to disperse the crowd of protesters and the whole of Nilakkal area has turned out to be a warzone.
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