Kerala unit of Shiv Sena calls strike against verdict on Sabarimala temple

party said that hospitals and emergency services have been excluded from the strike

With the verdict on Sabarimala, the Kerala unit of Shiv Sena has announced strike as mark of protest.

The strike has been called on Monday over the Supreme Court verdict allowing women to enter Hindu pilgrim shrine Sabarimala.

The Shiv Sena will also ask other Hindu outfits to file a review petition against the verdict.

While the government has welcomed the verdict and hailed it as a victory for women’s rights, the ruling has sparked a debate among different sections.

The party said that hospitals and emergency services have been excluded from the hartal.

He also claimed the only reason RSS welcomed the verdict was because it had a political agenda of its own.

The Supreme Court on Friday lifted the ban on the entry of women into the temple.

Ayyappa Dharma Sena, a Hindu organisation which has been against the entry of women into the temple, will also file a review petition against the verdict.

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