MALAPPURAM: Bindu and Kanakadhurga ,the women of menstrual age who entered the Sabarimala temple face another death threat; said Kerala Police on Saturday.
Bindu and Kanakadurga, in their 40's are receiving continuous threats from saffron organisations from the day of their entry into the temple. They claim to have broken the 50 years of hindu traditions and culture.
The two women received a letter saying they would be harmed for entering the shrine, the police said.
Forty-four-year-old Kanakadurga along with her family had shifted to a different place along with her family after continuous threats from various side, after the day she entered the Sabarimala temple.
Kanakadurga also alleged to be attacked by her mother-in-law for her activity that hurt the feelings of the religion and culture in which her family believes.
An employee of the Civil Supplies Department, she has filed a petition in a court here under the Domestic Violence Act, stating she had the right to stay at her husband's home.
Bindu, a 42-year-old college lecturer and CPM ML activist also had entered the Sabarimala temple along with Kanakadurga.
Both the women are being provided with maximum police security to prevent an attack of any kind from the mob.