New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it would hear the review petitions challenging its Sabarimala verdict that allowed women of all age groups into the temple on November 13. 

A bench comprising Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi and Justice SK Kaul told lawyer Mathews J Nedumpara that it has already passed an order concerning the listing of petitions on November 13. 

Earlier, the court had noted that 19 review petitions were pending before the court, including those filed by National Ayyappa Devotees Association and others. The petitioners are seeking a review of its verdict.

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A five-judge constitution bench with a ratio of 4:1 had ruled recently that women of all age groups should be allowed entry into Kerala's Sabarimala temple. However, this hurt the sentiments of devotees, who claimed that this interfered with their age-old tradition, faith and belief.