Thiruvananthapuram: State Government is moving to Supreme court against High court’s order,appointing a three member panel to Sabarimala. The High court has appointed the panel to ensure smooth pilgrimage. Government will approach Supreme court on Wednesday, alleging High court’s order is against constitution.
High court received above fifty pleas related to the restrictions implemented in Sabarimala. High court made an interim order and appointed a three member observers’ panel. The panel is assigned to neutralize the issues in Sabarimala and thus ensuring a peaceful and comfortable enviorment for devotees. On the contrary, the state Government plans to inform the top court that the panel’s visit will be a hindrance for women entry in Sabarimala.
Chief Minister’s office has confirmed that Government will file a plea on day after tomorrow. Government will also request Supreme court to consider all the 52 pleas submitted in the High court on Sabarimala issues. The observers’ panel includes Justice Sirijagan, Justice P R Raman and DGP A Hemachandran. As per the High court’s order, the panel has the responsibility on Sabarimala. The panel also has the power to intervene in all sections and to take appropriate decisions.