Kerala court dismisses Hindu outfit’s plea for permitting Muslim girls in mosques

The petitioner had cited the recent Supreme judicial writ lifting the ban on entry of ladies of ill age in Sabarimala Temple and wanted a direction to the Centre for issuing associate order facultative Muslim ladies to supply prayers in mosques.



The Kerala tribunal Th fired a PIL filed by a Hindu cluster seeking entry of Muslim girls into mosques for givingprayers. A division bench comprising jurist Rishikesh Roy and Justice A K Jayasankaran Nambiar rejected the plea, observant that the petitioner was neither Associate in Nursing aggrieved party nor were his rights affected. Petitioner Swamy Dethathreya Sai Swaroop Nath, Kerala unit president of Akhila Bharatha Hindu Dhegiha Sabha, had cited the recent Supreme judicial writ lifting the ban on entry of ladies of menstruating age into the Lord Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala Associate in Nursingwanted a direction to the Centre for issuance an order enabling Muslim girls to supply prayers in mosques.


He had contended that Muslim girls were being ‘discriminated’ as they weren't allowed to enter and pray within the main prayer hall of mosques in violation of Articles fourteen and twenty one of the Constitution (equality before law and protection of life and private liberty). He conjointly same Muslim girls were allowed entry in Mecca.


The petitioner had conjointly claimed imposition of a codification like purdah (veil) for Muslim girls would modifyanti-social parts to misuse it and commit crimes. This was Associate in Nursing encroachment into the realm of private liberty and social insurance, he had submitted. On Sept twenty eight, a five-judge constitution bench of the Supreme Court headed by jurist Dipak Misra had raised the ban on entry of ladies of emission age into the famous hill shrine of Lord Ayyappa.
Kerala court dismisses Hindu outfit’s plea for permitting Muslim girls in mosques Kerala court dismisses Hindu outfit’s plea for permitting Muslim girls in mosques Reviewed by Vinayak Arshid on December 29, 2018 Rating: 5

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