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Temple plan has two women jobless

DECCAN CHRONICLE. | AMIYA MEETHAL
Published Oct 18, 2018, 6:16 am IST
Updated Oct 18, 2018, 6:16 am IST
A group of people claiming to be Ayyappa devotees had led a torchlight protest march to her house on the night of October 14.
 She said in her Facebook post that she had been fired apparently due to her decision to go to Sabarimala. (Photo: File | PTI)
  She said in her Facebook post that she had been fired apparently due to her decision to go to Sabarimala. (Photo: File | PTI)

Kozhikode: Two young women devotees of Lord Ayyappa have lost their jobs due to their ardent wish to worship him at Sabarimala.

Reshma Nishanth, 32, of Irinavu in Kannur, who is on a 41-day ‘vrutha,’ has quit her teaching job in an unaided college in Kannur due to the mounting protest against her from various quarters. Soorya Devarchana, another young woman who is on ‘vrutha’ and is staying in Kozhikode now, was fired from her job. She said in her Facebook post that she had been fired apparently due to her decision to go to Sabarimala.

 

She did not reveal where she was working.Reshma said, “my husband or my relatives cannot provide escort to me all the 41 days on my way to the college and back. Hence I quit the job.”

A group of people claiming to be Ayyappa devotees had led a torchlight protest march to her house on the night of October 14.

She was attacked on the social media with charges like “she wants to be popular by maligning the Hindu religion, ” “she is the puppet...   

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