Malappuram: Kanaka Durga, who along with Bindu Ammini had darshan at the Sabarimala temple on January 2, returned to her house at Angadippuram,
Perinthalmanna, on Wednesday, but there was none to welcome her. Her husband, 12-year-old twin sons and mother-in-law had left the home on Tuesday night itself. Durga, who was beaten up by her mother-in-law
Sumathiyamma when she returned home soon after the darshan, had been staying at the 'Sakhi-one stop centre' of Women and Child Development department since January 21.
She then approached the Pulamanthol Grama Nyayalaya (village court) and secured a favourable ruling.
The court said that the house, which is in the name of Kanaka Durga's husband Krishnanunni, cannot be sold, leased out or given on rent. Further, no one should hamper the free life of Kanaka Durga in the house, it said.
"I am happy that I can enter my house. Hopefully, other issues will be sorted out soon," Durga told the media.
The court will consider the custody of Durga's children on March 13. Heavy police security has been provided to the house and the police also escort her to and fro the civil supplies department where she works.