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23/10/2018 12:57 PM IST | Updated 23/10/2018 12:57 PM IST

Sabarimala Verdict: Supreme Court To Hear Petitions On 13 November

The National Ayyappa Devotees Association has sought a review of the Supreme Court verdict allowing women who menstruate to enter the Sabarimala temple.

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Devotees of Lord Ayyappa, the deity of Sabarimala temple, participate in a rally to protest against a recent Supreme Court verdict.

NEW DELHI — The Supreme Court Tuesday said that it would hear on 13 November the petitions challenging its Sabarimala verdict allowing women of all age groups entry into the temple.

A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice S K Kaul told lawyer Mathews J Nedumpara that it has already passed an order with regard to listing of petitions on 13 November.

Earlier the court had noted that there were 19 review petitions pending in the matter, filed by National Ayyappa Devotees Association and others seeking a review of its verdict.