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Upananda Brahmachari | HENB | Pune | Dec 30, 2015:: To create an unrest in Ahmednagar and adjacent area Congress Women Cell provoked by the Christian and Rationalist lobbies are now planning to protest so called gender discrimination in Ahmednagar Shani temple. As per report about 400 women would be entering the inner sanctum of the popular Shani Shingnapur temple in Ahmednagar district of Maharashtra on Republic Day.
The local management of the age old Shani temple adheres to a tradition of not allowing both men and women in the inner precincts except designated priests, which has drawn flak from the rationalists, but there is no complaints from the women devotees come to offer there puja the adorning deity Śanaiścara (शनैश्चर). But, these women from Congress, Christian and radicalized groups want to break the Hindu tradition only to attack the Hindu sentiment.
One Trupati Desai, president of city-based Bhoomata Ranragini Brigade, today said about 400 members of the organization have planned to defy the ban on January 26.
“We feel it is a symbol of gender inequality which cannot be tolerated in the 21st century,” she said. But, this woman Trupati and her associates never ventured to take any entry of Muslim women in their Mosques any way. Or these groups are not raising any question to the Fatwa of ISIS for the unlimited sex with the captive Yazadi and other non-Muslim sec slaves, as flashed recently.
It is told that the representatives of the organisation which fights for women’s rights would meet chief minister Devendra Fadnavis to convey their demand of free entry at the temple.
“If the CM decides to lift the ban on women, the temple trustees will have to comply,” Trupati Desai said, adding that she also intended to write to the temple management urging it to consider the demand of fair treatment for women.