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Women’s entry into mosques, heres what Court said

issue was highlighted as the Supreme Court granted permission to Hindu women to enter in Sabarimala temple

The Kerala High Court has rejected the petition filed by Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha demanding that Muslim women should be allowed entry into mosques.

The petition stated that women be allowed for prayers in mosques.

The issue was highlighted as the Supreme Court granted permission to Hindu women to enter in Sabarimala temple.

The High Court observed that no Muslim women had come forward with the petition.

Swamy Dethathreya Sai Swaroop Nath, state president of Akhila Bharatha Hindu Maha Sabha, Kerala unit had filed the petition.

However, a Kerala-based Muslim women’s rights group is planning to approach the apex court demanding the entry of women in all mosques across the country.

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