Pampa: An unconfirmed report noted that a 48-year-old woman entered into Sabarimala Ayappa temple on Monday. It is rumoured that Tamil Nadu Sholampettai native Sinkari Natesan who is under menstrual age had darshan at the temple.
In the card issued by police under virtual queue system, the age of the woman was marked as 48 years. Meanwhile, police refused to give an official explanation to these rumours.
Sinkari, accompanied by her husband and 20-year-old son arrived at the shrine on Monday. On the way to the temple, she lost her bag near Pampa Ganapathi temple.
Later, she arrived at the inquiry centre after the officials found the lost bag and made announcement seeking its owner. When the officials demanded proof for the bag’s ownership, she handed over the receipt of the virtual queue system.
The officials reported that the woman left from the inquiry centre before making further clarification on her details.
Meanwhile, police did not confirm whether the woman had darshan at the temple. Police noted that a detailed investigation should be carried out to confirm it.
Putting the police in trouble, many young women attempting to trek Sabarimala seeking police protection to enter into the shrine. It is reported that many women are reaching Nilakkal every day to have darshan at Sabarimala.
Many of them started their trek to Sabarimala after supreme court made the crucial verdict allowing entry for women into the temple. Police have been sending back the women by convincing them on the sensitive situation existing in Sabarimala.
Police reported that around 60 to 100 young women are arriving at police control room in Nilakkal. Most of them are from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu.