Pathanamthitta: The doors of Sabarimala temple have been shut  for the month. But the repercussions of protest that, at times, turned violent are being dealt with now. Accordingly, the Kerala police have released the photos of 210 suspects, who allegedly created ruckus near the Sabarimala temple, to stop women from entering the shrine. Lookout notices have also been issued.

At least 100 cases have been booked in this regard. The photos have been released in every police station limits and special teams have been formed in every district to find these 210 suspects.

Sabarimala Action Committee and various Hindu organisations staged protests for six days since October 16, when the doors of Sabarimala opened. The six-day protest saw violence while stopping women from entering the temple.

Public property was damaged and even journalists were attacked while covering the event.

A non-bailable warrant has been issued against protestors found to be destroying, damaging public property. Even attacking women including journalists will land them in jail, with a non-bailable case.

More than 100 cases have been booked for creating ruckus at Nilakkal, Pamba and Sabarimala.

The police have already devised a mechanism to control the crowd during festival to be held in the temple, next month. They have decided to deploy at least 5,000 people in and around the temple.

According to a report in Indian Express, chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan has said that to control the people, online queue system should be introduced.

Earlier, Vijayan had said that special darshan for VIPs in Sabarimala temple should be cancelled and Tirupati temple-like queue system should be introduced.