2 Women return from Sabarimala doorstep after threat from Priests

ONI Bureau:  After a huge protests by hundreds of devotees at the entrance of Sabarimala temple, two women who accompanied by Kerala Police on Friday, call off their journey towards the Lord Ayyappa shrine.

The women, Hyderabad journalist Kavitha Thakkal and Kochi resident Rehana Fatima, had covered a 5 km trek uphill and were minutes away from the 18 steps but stop their journey midway as the head priest of Sabarimala threatened to lock the temple if women enter in.

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