SC to hear the plea by the women who entered Sabarimala

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The Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi has agreed to hear the plea by Bindu Ammini and Kanaka Durga, the two women who made history by entering Sabarimala shrine, seeking protection from violence on January 18, 2019. They were represented by senior advocate Indira Jaising, who said that the women should be provided a safe haven at a secret location otherwise the threats against their lives may turn into reality. Indira Jaising said one of the women was scared of her life and another was attacked at her own house.

The petition said women of every age should be allowed to enter the temple without “any let or hindrance, without danger to life and liberty and to ensure security and safe passage, police security to women wishing to enter Sabarimala temple in future”

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