This meant, they were refused assistance with emergency accommodation. Following the attempt by both Kavita Jakkal and Rehana Fatima, the temple priests had threatened to stop rituals and prayers and shutdown Sabarimala. Click to see full resolution. When the Sabarimala temple was set to open to devotees on October 17, history was waiting to happen. Read our press release. Her house in Kochi was also vandalised by unidentified men while she was on her climb to the hilltop temple. New York Times reporter, Suhasini Raj had declared that she was not a devotee before her trek. The police took their statement and escorted them out of the base camp. Trump Slaps Down Another Journalist.
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Her house in Kochi was also vandalised by unidentified men while she was on her climb to the hilltop temple. Activist Rehana Fatima, who had completed almost the same distance as the journalistmet the same fate.
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Police had however, according to reports, asked the year-old to continue her journey on her own. But darshan is something which can be done with consent of the priest.
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On Day 2 of the Sabarimala temple opening, Suhasini Raj, a Delhi-based New York Times reporter who said she was not a devotee, began to trek uphill along with her colleague.
Community resource hub Ask Me: Log in with your credentials. Join the scheme Ask Me: On Sunday, another woman from Andra Pradesh, year-old Balammadecided to do the trek alone, walked for almost 4 km before she was heckled by protesters to the point where she suffered a panic attack and needed to be taken to a hospital.