Sabarimal Row: Protests Continue On Second-day Of Opening Of the Shrine

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Male devotees continue protests at Sabarimala against entry of women.

New Delhi:

On the second day of the re-opening of the Sabarimala temple, protests continue against the entry of women of menstruating age into the temple. Fresh protests erupted on Tuesday morning when a woman, thought to be in her menstruating age, was heard of being around the temple premises.

The police later informed that the woman who attempted to enter temple premises was a 52-years-old. The lady and her son and the man accompanying them were given police protection and taken to the Sannidhanam police station.

Amid the protests, journalists were attacked and a cameraperson was injured at the base camp in Pamba.

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Over 1,000 security personnel, including a 20-member commando team and 100 women, were deployed in the area on Monday to maintain law and order.

Here are the LIVE Updates of the second-day protests at Sabarimala

Nov 06, 201808:09 (IST)A woman named Lalitha from Kerala's Thrissur district made attempts to enter the shrine. She was given police protection. Nov 06, 201807:52 (IST)Fresh protests intensified around Sabarimala temple as the shrine to Lord Ayappa got ready to open its doors for hundreds of devotees gathered at the shrine.
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