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India News: THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The Kerala leadership of Congress on Sunday welcomed AICC president Rahul Gandhi's 'U-turn' on the issue of women's entry into Sab.
Congress chief Rahul Gandhi, who earlier made a pitch for entry of women of all ages into the Sabarimala temple following the Supreme Court order, appears indecisive on the issue.
Congress President Rahul Gandhi has changed his earlier stance on the Sabarimala issue regarding the entry of women of all ages into the temple. From coming on record earlier to state that he believed women should not be barred from entering any place, despite the Congress leaders in Kerala feeling otherwise, Gandhi while speaking at a press meet during his 2-day UAE tour said
Speaking at a press conference in Dubai on Saturday, Gandhi said the issue is “much more complicated” and he would leave it to the people of Kerala to decide on the matter.
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