In a fresh attack, two
more offices of the Nair Service Society, spearheading the
stir over entry of menstrual age women into Sabarimala shrine,
were vandalised in Alapuzha and Kollam districts, police said
Stones were hurled at the Paravur office of the
caste-based outfit and a black flag was hoisted at its office
at Kudassanadu on Tuesday, police said.
Offices of NSS, a body of the influential Nair community
in the state, have come under attack at different places since
NSS office-bearers claimed the attacks were by certain
"frustrated elements"desperate after seeing the 'mass'
participation of people in the protest against the Supreme
Court's verdict on entry of women of all ages into the Lord
Ayyappa temple in Sabarimala.
The NSS has filed a petition seeking a review of the
the apex court lifting the ban on entry of women in the 10-50
age group into the famous temple.
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