No compromise on customs, says Pandalam Palace

Thursday 15 November 2018 10:51 pm IST
Elaborating the same, he said that they would inform the government the practical difficulties in executing the court’s order. Furthermore, Varma also pointed out that the apex court has not given a verdict that has to be executed in a time-bound manner. However, he said that he welcomed the call for All-party meet by the CM.

Pathanamthitta: With all eyes and ears fixed on the ongoing All-party meet regarding the entry of young women at Sabarimala, Sasikumar Varma, the palace representative of Pandalam Palace said that the palace did not favour any compromise on the customs followed at the shrine and the government should change its stance.

 

Elaborating the same, he said that they would inform the government the practical difficulties in executing the court’s order. Furthermore, Varma also pointed out that the apex court has not given a verdict that has to be executed in a time-bound manner. However, he said that he welcomed the call for All-party meet by the CM.

 

At the same time, UDF has decided that it would hear what the government had to say, and that if it was not favourable then the party would boycott the meeting. Meanwhile, Devaswom Board minister Kadakampally Surendran expressed hope and positivity for the All-party meet that is underway.