SC asks Kerala govt to frame law for Sabarimala shrine


New Delhi: The Supreme Court has directed the Kerala government to frame a separate law for the administration of the Sabarimala shrine.

The apex court, on Wednesday, made the observation while hearing a petition that was originally filed by the Pandalam Royal Family to protect their rights.

During the hearing, the Supreme Court bench told the Kerala government counsel that a law should be exclusively made for Sabarimala Temple.

The court said that under the new law, a separate body should be formed to administer the Sabarimala Temple where more than 50 lakh pilgrims visit every year.

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