NSS: ‘Essential religious practises cannot be tested on rationality’ – Manu Sebastian

Lord Ayyappan

Nair Service Society (NSS) has filed a review petition against the recent Constitution Bench judgment in Indian Young Lawyers’ Association case which permitted entry of women of all age groups in Sabarimala temple, contending that the judgment suffers from “errors apparent on face of record”. … The petition states that Court ought not to have entertained the PIL questioning the practises of Sabarimala temple, when women worshippers were not opposed to such practises….

Read more at: https://www.livelaw.in/nss-seeks-review-of-sabarimala-judgment/

NB: This is a must read article. Go to LiveLaw to see it as we are not able to post it here. – Admin

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