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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
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.
He also justified his remarks about Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman that had sparked a controversy last week.
Rahul Gandhi, who had earlier supported the entry of young women at the Lord Ayyappa temple, said he now thinks people in favour of the traditional ban also have valid arguments.
After over three months of continued protests, opposing the entry of women of reproductive age into Kerala's Sabarimala temple, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi h...