Centre says no immediate framing of law on Sabarimala women entry issue
New Delhi: The Central government, in a written statement, said that it won’t formulate a law on Sabarimala women entry issue soon to overrule the Supreme court verdict. The stance of the Central government on the issue was stated in the parliament by union minister Ravi Shankar Prasad while replying to the question of Shashi Tharoor MP.
Shashi Tharoor asked in the Lok Sabha whether the government is planning to frame any law on Sabarimala women entry issue. However, the union minister, in written form, said that no laws will be framed immediately in this regard.
Union minister further explained that the issue is in the consideration of Supreme Court and a decision will be taken only after the top court pronounce its verdict on review petitions.