On Women's Day, #RightToPray curbed; Trupti Desai detained

| Tuesday, March 8, 2016 - 10:09
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On Women's Day, #RightToPray curbed; Trupti Desai detained

Bhumata Brigade leader, Trupti Desai, who was enroute Nashik’s Trimbakeshwar temple, regarding the entry of women into the sanctum sanctorum, has been detained again by police in Nandpur, Shinghute. 
Trupti Desai and other Bhumata Brigade activists were also detained yesterday while they were heading to Trimbakeshwar, but were later released. 
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“This is a fight for the women’s rights and the CM should take a decision on it,” Trupti Desai said. “We listen to PM  Modi’s ‘Mann ki Baat’ but when will he listen to our ‘Mann ki Baat’?,” Dessai further added.
Desai also said that they are ready to talk to the trustee of the temple and want to carry on everything peacefully. They only want their Right to Freedom and Right to Religion.
Earlier also, the Bhumata Brigde had led a march to Shani Shingnapur, a famous holy place near Shirdi, where they were detained by the police and were not allowed to enter the sanctum sanctorum. 

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