Devaswom board is with the government that allotted Rs 839 crore for Sabarimala, Says A Padmakumar.
The court has ordered all parties to submit a written arguments within seven days.
Travancore Devaswom Board changes its stand in Sabarimala verdict.
The state government argued that Tantri (Sabarimala main priest) is trying to create uncertainty in ritual matters.
The five-judge bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi is hearing the pleas. There are around 65 petitions filed.
Priyanandanan was attacked on the way to a shop near to his house at Vallachira in Thrissur district.
Ranni Magistrate Court rejected the plea of BJP leader K Surendran seeking the permission to enter Sabarimala shrine.
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.