Topic: J Sai Deepak

Almost four months since the SC allowed women of menstrual age into the Sabarimala temple, the court today began hearing the review petitions challenging its September verdict.
Earlier, the priests and the Pandalam royal family had refused to hold talks with the leftist government of Kerala.
I have not gone to Sabarimala. I do not know if I will. But it impacts me
The protest is led by the Pandalam Royal Family, which was one of the respondents in the case and are believed to be the family of Lord Ayappa.
J Sai Deepak added that People For Dharma and him would explore all possible legal options in this matter. 
Justice Malhotra stated that the shrine and deity at Sabarimala are protected by article 25
The bench ruled that the age restriction is a violation of religious rights of Hindu women
Two female petitioners say they did not understand the temple traditions and were triggered by media hype over the Jayamala controversy
The lawyers have asserted that the age-based restriction on women's entry to the temple is not based on patriarchy but age-old rituals
Earlier, the TTD administration courted controversy for allegedly appointing a non-Hindu to the Board of Trustees.

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