Cops Should Back Off If They Can't Take Us To Shrine: Sabarimala Woman | Read

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Eleven women, part of a fifty-member group, from Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and West Bengal decided to undertake the Sabarimala pilgrimage as a large group on Saturday. This after more than a dozen women, between 10 and 50 age groups could not enter the temple since the Supreme Court's September 28 verdict, allowing all women to enter Sabarimala.

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