Respect the Verdict on Sabarimala same like Ayodhya: Devaswom Minister Surendran

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Out of the much-awaited verdicts which will be delivered before Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi leaves his office, Shabarimala tops the list. Ayodhya verdict was given in a neutral way, not to favoring any one of the parties.

Kerala Devaswom Minister Kadakampally Surendran has asked the BJP party to welcome the Supreme Court's verdict on Sabarimala permitting women of all ages to enter the temple, similarly, they did for Ayodhya verdict.
Surendran has also asked the saffron party to not encourage "goons and anti-social" to enter the Sabarimala.

"Society expects more from a personality like you (Rajagopal). Now, the Ayodhya case verdict has come, your party has welcomed it with open arms. Hope the same attitude will be there with respect to the Sabarimala issue," said Surendran.

"Five emergency medical centres have also been readied. Three incinerators and 600 waste bins are also there," he added.

Facilities have been arranged to keep the sacred offerings of around 6,500 devotees coming from all over the country. 1,161 toilets, 160 bathrooms, and 150 urinals were set up at Sabarimala.
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