New Delhi: On women protesting against their own entry in Sabarimala temple, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Udit Raj on Wednesday expressed his dismay and said I am witnessing women fighting for slavery and inequality for the first time. Udit Raj said, "I have seen fight for equality, not for slavery and inequality.
On one hand, fight against atrocities by men is going on in the nation and on the other hand, women are fighting against their own freedom and rights."
"It has happened for the first time in the world, it is amusing. 'Make me a slave, treat me unequally, we're inferior to men'; women are stopping women. What's the point in this. I don't know what's happening in this nation. It's my personal opinion, not political," added Udit Raj.