Mumbai: Trupti Desai, the name which has become recently popular as a women activists fighting battle to get gender discrimination in the country extinguished, has also recently shown her plan to lead a movement for equal rights with a march to the Mumbai- based famous Haji Ali Dargah and she named her movement as ‘Haji Ali Sabke Liye’. However, various leaders and especially All India Majlis- e- Ittehad- ul- Muslimeen leaders found not happy with such movement.
A supporter of the AIMIM (All India Majlis- e- Ittehad- ul- Muslimeen) namely, Haji Rafat Hussain shown his displeasure and told the media agency- ANI that the “we will not tolerate this.” He also added as quoted “this will be an attempt to spoil the environment of Mumbai.”
It is notable here, that the said Trupti Desai is the women activist and also a leader in Bhumata Ranragini Brigade started her movements to get women’s right to get entry the sanctums of the religious places. In the first, she targeted the India’s most popular Shani Singnapur temple which is located in Maharashtra state, even Bombay High Court had also supported the activist and said there should not be done any discrimination against women in the places of worship.
Resultantly, the activist along with other women in the country were allowed to get entry in the inner sanctum of the temple. Thereafter, the movement rushed to target another temple. Now, the activists are seeking entry in the sanctum of the Haji Ali Dargah, where traditionally, women were not allowed to enter.
However, it was also seen earlier on the 23rd day of April, when the local Shiv Sena leader found stated that he would hit her with “slippers” if she would be trying to enter the Haji Ali Dargah. But, Trupti still remained stable on her plan and she had also recently asked the bollywood stars to support her stand, in her words “I think Shah Rukh Khan, Salman Khan and Aamir Khan should state their stand on what we are trying to achieve here, on our cause… That is way I believe that their fan following will join us and support us in our fight for equality.”