Activist Rehana Fathima, who had made an attempt to enter Sabarimala temple (located in south India) to make communal violence, has been expelled from the Muslim community for “hurting the sentiments of lakhs of Hindu devotees”, the Kerala Muslim Jama’ath Council said.
Initiating an action against Fathima, Kerala Muslim Jama’ath Council president A Poonkunju said in a press statement Saturday that she had been expelled from the community.
He said the Council has also directed the Ernakulam Central Muslim Jama’ath to expel her and her family from the membership of Mahallu. Reported on local news.
“Her act hurt lakhs of Hindu devotees,” the statement said.
Her act was also against the tradition and rituals of Hindu community, it said.