Ranni Magistrate Court rejected the plea of BJP leader K Surendran seeking the permission to enter Sabarimala shrine.
The leaders who spoke at the event termed it as a response to the dark days the Modi government had brought to the country.
The court was hearing the petition submitted by two Kerala women Kanakadurga and Bindu, who recently entered the Sabarimala.
Last week, Kanakadurga was attacked by her mother-in-law when she returned home under police protection.
The two women Kanakadurga(44) and Bindu (42) entered Sabarimala three months after the top court’s judgement.
The High Court’s decision comes in response to the petition filed by a voter KP Muhammed.
The KSRTC staff had decided to go to indefinite strike despite the High Court order.
The Labour Unions said that they will not withdraw the strike even after High Court ordered for stay.
PM Modi before entering Sree Padmanabhaswami Temple, has unveiled a plaque to mark the launch of visitor facilities in the temple.
The indefinite strike is called by the workers unions affiliated to both ruling parties and opposition parties.