“The saddest part is that some women are glorifying their slavery by joining the protests,” said K. Ajitha, Anweshi president. Making a point: Activist P. Viji addressing a meet organised by Anweshi in Kozhikode on Wednesday in support of the Supreme Court verdict on Sabarimala. “Though hesitantly we welcomed the change when women wearing churidar were allowed into Guruvayur temple, it is no more a news now. “This may be the first time in the history of a State in which a group of people are protesting saying that they don’t need their rights,” said Jansy Jose, a women’s rights activist, at a meeting organised by Anweshi in Kozhikode on Wednesday. The meeting observed that the protests against the Supreme Court’s verdict, permitting the entry of women of all ages into Sabarimala temple, was part of a conspiracy to pull women back into the state of slavery.
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