Nation slams SP leader Abu Azmi for his sexist comments

Shobhit Kalra

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Published on 3 Jan 2017 11:35 AM GMT

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Lucknow: Close on the heels of shameful incident of Bengaluru, another shocker came from Samajwadi Party (SP) MLA Abu Azmi who held women's dress sense for crimes against them.

It was only a couple of days ago, when a number of girls were publically groped despite the presence of heavy police force at the MG Road and Brigade Road in Bengaluru.

While the entire nation has been condemning the Bengaluru incident, a senior politician came out with extremely sexist and disgraceful comment about the fairer sex.

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"If a girl celebrates after dark, she should go with her husband, father and not with strangers," said Azmi, adding, "Women call nudity fashion."

He also made unsavoury comments on the girls in the wake of Bengaluru incident saying they were molested because they were short clothes.

"Sugar will surely attract ants," stated Azmi.

"There should be strict action against those (women) going against our culture. I accept that attraction happens between men and women but we need to take precautions," he added.

On being asked for his views on nation security in the nation, he claimed that women are changing the Indian culture and westernisation is a black spot on our culture. He went on slamming the women for embracing the western culture.

What had happened in Bengaluru? Check in next slide:

On the New Year's eve, girls were pawed, groped and abused by revellers at Bengaluru's prominent roads, despite the presence of around 1,500 police officials in the area.

Assuring of befitting action, Bengaluru top cop Praveen Sood said that the Karnataka Police is taking help of 60 CCTV cameras installed in the area to identify the culprits.

Since Abu Azmi made the disgraceful statement, the people of the country started ridiculing him on social platforms like Twitter and Facebook.

Check the tweets in next slides:

https://twitter.com/divya_16_/status/811892180763541504

https://twitter.com/AsYouNotWish/status/816189236969951233

https://twitter.com/suhelseth/status/816244071056306180

https://twitter.com/Mowgli___/status/816243566913564672

https://twitter.com/Purba_Ray/status/816238772765372416

What Kiren Rijiju said about the Bengaluri incident?

Condemning the incident, Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju dubbed the incident of mass molestation of women in the IT city as shameful, saying, "Unfortunate. How can such incidents happen? Strict action must be taken."

What Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara said about the incident:

Karnataka Home Minister G Parameshwara also gave a shameful statement saying, "Such incidents do happen."

He claimed that the youngsters not only tried to copy the westerners in their mindset but also in their dressing which attracted such harassment against young girls there.

Shobhit Kalra

Shobhit Kalra

Writer has 10 years of experience in digital media. Presently working as Chief Sub Editor at newstrack.com. An avid reader and always willing to learn new things and techniques.

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