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Kerala: Kanaka Durga gets a court order to enter her in-law’s house after she was not allowed for desecrating Sabarimala temple

As per reports, Kanaka Durga's family and relatives were completely against her antics at Sabarimala and her husband and children did not allow her to stay with them.

Kanaka Durga, one of the two women who had entered the Sabarimala shrine on 2nd January said she was finally able to enter her in-law’s house after a local court ordered that she be allowed to enter.

However, she was not able to see her children. According to her, she has no problems staying with them but they do not want to stay with her. She said that while she does not have any difficulty in staying with her in-laws and her children, they are not ready to stay with her.

As per reports, the Court observed that Kanaka Durga is a victim of domestic violence and that she has the ‘right’ to live with her children by sharing the household with her husband.

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We had reported earlier that Kanaka Durga, one of the two women who had desecrated Sabarimala Temple, was involved in a brawl with her mother-in-law after she returned home from her adventure and was denied entry.

There were conflicting reports about the whole incident. While initial reports claimed that Kanaka Durga was hit by a wooden plank on her head, contrasting accounts emerged where it was claimed that it was, in fact, Kanaka Durga who had attacked her mother-in-law, a staunch devotee of Lord Ayyappa, when there was an argument between the two.

As per reports, Kanaka Durga’s family and relatives were completely against her antics at Sabarimala and her husband and children did not allow her to stay with them.

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