The tensed situation in Sabarimala still continues as the protestors are not allowing the women to enter the Sabarimala temple. The police officials who are anticipating violent protests have been sending away the media persons forcibly to avoid any violent attacks.
The police warned that around 1,000 protesters are ready to carry violent attacks at any time. After the Supreme Court’s verdict to allow women into the temple, several women like Rehana Fathima, Trupthi Desai, and a few others tried to enter the Sabarimala but were forcibly sent back by the police amid protests.
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