Surendran came under the judicial scrutiny for allegedly attacking a 52-year-old woman who had come to the Temple for offering prayers during the Chithira Atta Visesham. He was charged for blocking the victim, a resident of Thrissur area of the state.
The judicature today accepted Surendran's bail against a bond of Rs 2 lakh and also imposed a condition that he will not be allowed to enter Pathanamthitta district where the Temple is located till the submission of the final report.
In November, he was produced before a magistrate and remanded to 14-day judicial custody after he was charged with non-bailable offences.
On December 1, the Ranni Additional Sessions Court turned down his petition seeking bail in the case.
The Sabarimala Temple and surrounding areas witnessed a string of protests recently over the Supreme Court's decision to quash restrictions on the entry of women between the ages of 10 and 50 into the holy shrine.
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