Advocate General advised the government not to implement now the verdict of women entry in Sabarimala. This is in the context of the Supreme Court referring the re-examination pleas against the verdict of permitting women of all ages to Sabarimala, to a higher bench.
Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and Advocate General will meet today to discuss things related to women entry in Sabarimala. The chief minister’s legal advisor N K Jayakumar will also attend the meeting.Meantime, 36 women have registered online for darshan at Sabarimala.
The news of women registering online came at a time when there are only a few days more left for the manadala season to begin. The government is now confused on the apex court’s ruling referring the Sabarimala case to a larger bench.
Following that, the government sought legal advice.The apex court yesterday referred the review pleas filed against the verdict of allowing women of all ages to enter Sabarimala, to a larger bench.