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Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Haridwar | Dec 23, 2018:: Who are they? And how did they venture to Sabarimala in a group of 11? Why the group challenged a huge Hindu sentiments against the ‘sacrilegious’ verdict of supreme court against the age old tradition in Sabarimala restricting the entry of menstruating females of 10 to 50 years.
As pumped by some perpetrators in Deccan Church, these women of Manithi. a christian proxy org+ ventured to violate Sabarimala norms & finally rejected by Lord Ayyappa through his numerous devotees in protest.
By the by, the Indian Young Lawyers’ Association, the organisation behind the Sabarimala case, whose president is a Muslim named Naushad Khan, could not find any issue for the entry of Muslims in the Mosques all India, but poked their ugly nose in the Hindu faith and rituals under a big anti-Hindu conspiracy indeed.
Consequently, the most secular and the absolute powerful Supreme Court of India forced a violation of Sabarimala Tradition through its September 28 sacrilegious verdict, lifted the restrictions and permitted women of all age groups to offer prayers at the temple. Actually, Supreme Court just reflected the anti-Hindu genesis in Indian system under the Islamic, Christian, Communist and Pseudo Secular views only to humiliate the Hindu sentiments in different approaches.
In a very cooperative mode of action the anti-Hindu elements successfully invaded the Indian judiciary and produced the anti-Hindu verdict on Sabarimala which created the continuous law and order problem and violent unrest in Kerala over Sabarimala row since September 28.
The perpetrating Manithi group of 11 women of menstruating age, who began their trek to the Sabarimala temple early Sunday, were forced to turn back after hundreds of Ayyappa devotees blocked their path and staged protests against their entry to the hill shrine.
Chennai based ‘Manithi’, a group led by one Selvi and Adv Suseela, said the decision to return was taken after the police failed to provide them adequate security.
The group, however, is not withdrawing from the mission and will return to the shrine, Selvi expressed the vow of the groups before the media.
The 11 member group, which had come to violate the Sabarimala tradition in the name of offering prayers at Sabarimala, was driven away by the protesters after six hours of ‘sit in’ and continuous ‘ naam Japa’ staged by the Ayppa devotees at different places near and far to the Pamba base camp.
Defying prohibitory orders, hundreds of devotees thronged the forest path and blocked the way of the women, who had arrived from Chennai.
Even though the police removed the protesters from the spot and took the women ahead for the trek, a large number of devotees gathered at another spot to block their way.
Police tried to remove the protesters by force as they were not ready to budge despite their repeated announcements to disperse and end the namajapa (chanting sacred hymns) protest.
Special officer incharge of Pamba, G Karthiekyan, said that the women decided to return on their own in view of the high tension prevailing in the area.
He added that it was not possible to provide adequate security in the presence of so many devotees.
The police had a hard time giving cover to the 11 women as a group of over hundreds of devotees was running towards them. Later, the rapid action force took the women away from the agitating devotees.
Anxiety had loomed large in and around Sabarimala Temple for some days as ‘Manithi’ had declared last week that a group of 50 women, all below the traditionally barred age of 50 years, would visit the shrine.
Earlier. some ‘fake’ and ‘fraudulent’ women activists like Rehana Fatima (Muslim) or Trupti Desai (pseudo secular) tried to enter Sabarimala shrine after the provocative judgement of Supreme Court verdict lifting age old Sabarimala age restriction tradition on female devotees.
From a report in manoramaonline+ it transpires that the law and order situation in Kerala is much vulnerable due the a sinister provocation through a judgment delivered by the supreme court on Sabarimala on Sept 28 very unfortunately and that should be reviewed honoring the Hindu sentiments reflected in the women reactions in ‘Ready to Wait’ movement and in the streets, roads and in the majority mind of the millions of Ayyappa devotees.
The Supreme Court must not play with fire with a sacrilegious enforcement on Hindus.
___inputs from TNN, TNM, NDTV & OnlineManorama.