Woman who entered Sabarimala allegedly attacked by her Mother-In-Law

It seems that the activists, who entered the famous hill temple of South India Sabarimala where a state of disturbance emerged after the declaration of a SC verdict contrary to its tradition of not letting women aged between 10 and 50 enter the premises of the temple, has failed to convince even their family members what they aimed to convey the society with their act.

One of the two ladies, who entered the temple, allegedly with the blessings of the ruling leftist regime of the Indian state of Kerala, few hours after the state government of Kerala organised a women wall with the help of some selected caste-based organisations to highlight the importance of protecting the values of the state renaissance, has been allegedly attacked by her mother-in-law when she has returned to her home after her act.

From what little has been publicised until now regarding the latest development, it has been learned that her security officials were with her when she was attacked.

Both the lady and her mother-in-law have sought medical treatment. As per a report, both have sustained minor injuries. The report says that a case has been registered in the Indian state of Kerala in connection with the issue.


Vignesh. S. G

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