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Kerala TDBs ex-chairperson, favored submissions of judgment in Sabarimala Temple case

Kerala TDBs ex-chairperson, favored submissions of judgment in Sabarimala Temple case
Kerala TDBs ex-chairperson, favored submissions of judgment in Sabarimala Temple case
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New Delhi sources stated that the Kerala government on Wednesday vehemently opposed in the Supreme Court a batch of petitions seeking review of the verdict allowing the entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala shrine, even as several organizations argued that the judgment be reconsidered. Meanwhile a five judge Constitution bench headed by Chief Justice of India (CJI) Ranjan Gogoi was told by the counsel for the Kerala government that no ground was made out in any of the petitions seeking review of its September 28, 2018 verdict.



Furthermore several organizations including the Nair Service Society (NSS) and the Thantri of the shrine, have advanced arguments before the bench and sought reconsideration of the verdict. Reportedly former attorney general and senior advocate K Parasaran, appearing for the NSS, assailed the majority verdict, saying Article 15 of the Constitution throws open for all public the secular institutions of the country but it doesn't deal with religious institutions.

Kerala TDBs ex-chairperson, favored submissions of judgment in Sabarimala Temple case

Moreover senior lawyer Shekhar Naphade, also appearing for a party in the case, said in a matter of faith, the court cannot direct a community to practice the religion in a particular manner. Naphade said "This is an internal affair of a religious community which worships a particular deity in a particular manner and the court cannot issue a writ of mandamus against a community to practice its religion in a particular manner".


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