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Nov 09 2018


Experts divided on Supreme Court's decision of Sabarimala case

Delhi,09,November,2018

 

New Delhi : Law experts have expressed different opinions on the alleged violation of the order of the Supreme Court which permits the admission of women of all age groups in Sabarimala temple. Some suggested to be 'more patient' while others did not follow the order. On September 28, the Constitution Bench of five judges had cleared the way for entry of women of all age groups in Ayappa, located in Sabarimala, Kerala, in the verdict of a majority of 4: 1. The court had said that the tradition of women entering the temple of 10 to 50 years of age is similar to gender discrimination.

 

 

 

 

In the temple located on the hill, there was a violent demonstration in favor of the order of the court order and the opposition to enter the women of 10 to 50 age group. Senior advocate and constitutional expert Rakesh Dwivedi and Rajeev Dhawan have the opinion that although the citizens respectably respect the decision of the apex court, but there is a need for more patience in implementing the verdict on controversial issues such as the Sabarimala issue. Dwivedi said, "In these cases, due to the vested interests of the people, more patience is required. You should be given more time instead of reaching this conclusion, it is being violated (of the decision). More time is required for this. In these cases, the change will happen gradually. "

 

 

 

 

 

While expressing similar opinion, Dhawan said that though Sabarimala is a "very controversial issue", the verdict of the top court should be respected. Giving an example of the US court's judgment, he said, "These things can not be dealt with forcefully and the issue should be wandered in the minds of the people."

 

 

 

 

On the other hand, senior advocate and TS Tulsi of the Rajya Sabha member accuses the central government of not applying to the Sabarimala verdict. He said, "It is very sad that the ruling party itself is calling the crowd to oppose the Supreme Court verdict. This is like the violation of the Constitution. "He said," I have never been so kind of such a preoccupation with that. The BJP in Delhi says that it will follow the decision and call this crowd in Kerala, who is opposing the implementation of the Supreme Court verdict. This is a very tragic event. "

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