The Supreme Court can hear on 48 petitions between the Mandla-Makkarvilkku pilgrimage starting from November 17 in Sabarimala temple, in which the permission for admission of women of all age groups in Kerala's Sabarimala temple will be held on September 28. Reconsideration has been demanded. The bench of five judges, headed by then Chief Justice Deepak Mishra, on September 28, in his decision of 4: 1, clearing the way for entry of women of all age groups in Sabarimala temple, that this ban was similar to gender discrimination.
Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi, Justice R. F Nariman, Justice AM Khanwilkar, Justice DY Chandrachud and Justice Indu Malhotra will consider the 48 petitions demanding reconsideration of his decision on Sabarimala in the Judges' Room. Apart from these petitions, three separate petitions seeking reconsideration of this decision will be kept in open court before the CJI Gogoi, Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice KM Joseph in the open court.
The apex court on October 9 had refused an immediate hearing on the reintegration petition of an organization.
On the other hand, the Kerala government can organize an all-party meeting to discuss various issues related to the Sabarimala temple before the annual pilgrimage session that starts this week. It is noteworthy that the stalemate in Sabarimala temple is on the issue of the entry of women of the age group. Devaswam Minister Kadakpally Surendran said, "We are considering an all-party meeting. We have not taken a final decision yet. There is such a plan. '
On the backdrop of the Supreme Court order, the temple of God Ayyappa located in Sabarimala will open for two months on November 17 in the backdrop of the continued protests against the permission of women of all ages. The Supreme Court had removed the restriction on the entry of women from the age group of 10 to 50 years in the order of September 28. Several revision petitions will be heard on Tuesday against this decision. Surendran said that decision on the all-party meeting will be decided on the basis of the findings of the court hearing.
On the same day, more than 500 women of Period Ages have registered themselves for 'Darshan' for the visit of Lord Ayub to Sabarimala Hill during Mandla-Makkarvilkku pilgrimage starting from 17 November. This booking started on October 30 and is being done through the Police Online Portal. A senior official of the Indian Police Service (IPS) said, "We conducted a thorough investigation and found that by November 9, 539 women from 10 to 50 years have registered.