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The HC order came on a plea from C B Vishnuprasad, Cherthala, a visually-impaired person.
Transport Minister AK Saseendran promised to favourably consider the demand of re-instating empanelled conductors in a phased manner, in addition to discussing the issue of salary revision.
The police report said factional feud between two rival factions of the Knanaya Sabha Central Congress was the apparent trigger.
The government had considered the prisoners who had completed 10 years of imprisonment as of March 31, 2010.
The Sessions court had granted bail to Rajeeb on December 15.
The government also produced the order before the court issued on Tuesday.
The court cautioned police action in allowing the vehicle to travel from Nilakkal to Pampa would amount to contempt of court.
The state government should also clarify whether the young women who worshipped there are devotees.
Certain women could not enter the sannidhanam due to the violent protests by the likes of Sabarimala Karma Samithi, right-wing groups and a particular political party.
Organisations and individuals, who call for hartal, shall be responsible for loss and damages caused on account of the shutdown, it added
The petitions were filed by the Kerala Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Sulthan Bathery Merchant Association and George Vattukulam, from Thrissur.
The court said the TDB should ensure that traders in and around Sabarimala did not sell or bring any food articles or other materials in plastic covers or sachets
The petitioners also sought to declare that the hartal or strike declared in any form by any organisation affecting the normal life of the citizens as unconstitutional.
The Pettathullal would commence from January 6 from Ambalappuzha temple and reach Pampa on January 13 and then proceed to Sannidhanam.
A Division Bench made the observation after examining the report filed by the court-appointed observers for Sabarimala.