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365 days crossed, Anyay Diwas at Delhi
Kanika Arora | 10 Sep 2014

31st August was reserved as Injustice day (Anyay Diwas) on account of 365 days of unjustified punishment Sant Shree Asharam Bapu have been imposed upon due to delayed justice.

31st August was reserved as Injustice day (Anyay Diwas) on account of 365 days of unjustified punishment Sant Shree Asharam Bapu and then his followers have been imposed upon due to delayed justice.

20,000 women on street,with saffron caps on their head  and black ribbons tied on arms ran a Peaceful protest rally from Rajghat to Jantar Mantar Delhi.

Thousands of devotees gathered at Jantar mantar underneath the heavy rains last Sunday.

YSS representative from Karol bagh ashram Purushottam Gupta, Delhi said – Here's a Live Example of Naari Shakti (as Bapuji rightly says- Naari Tu Narayani) standing for protection of their pious culture and righteous saints. The massive rally proves the sensibility and power Indians owe to their experiences rather than relying on media which runs nonsense paid defamation coverage's on Hindu saints.

Sudarshan News along with other nationalist channels covered the voice of thousands.

"It has been one full year since the day Pujya Bapuji was taken on the pretext of enquiry. 

When will Bapuji get bail? 

Suresh Chavhanke, chief editor of Sudarshan News asked today-

"Pujya Bapuji despite his 75 years of age and medical condition has not been granted bail for one year when the maximum punishment of the alleged crime is 3 years maximum. Panels have been set up due to submit report about medical condition. The natural question that arises is why the panel could not have been set up earlier and why the Government is taking so long to submit report."

This was also the sentiment as reported in the rally as well as in the phone calls of audience viewers Sudarshan News."

According to the women supporters at Rajghat – "1 year of continual pain has its anniversary today, one of the cruellest acts in mankind's history when The Innocents went in Jail and Criminals earned fame, money, compassion, and sympathy. Phew!" – said Roopali , a 50 yr old X-official from Indian Navy."

A revolutionary chronicle with numerous protests and political turning points prolongs.

Other young women from the crowd raised her opinion while talking to nearby standing Police official in security.

"Since a year, News channels made wonderful TRP's, Ignorant flooded social media posts, all on name of Innocent Sant Pujya AsharamJi Bapu. Anyways, whatever abuses were/are targeted on innocent Saint and his followers is a history than and stupidity now.

BUT then Justice is still awaited, the question is not about who is innocent, a sensible shall seek the decision from Court. But how many have yet learnt to be responsible in preserving and knowing Dharma".

These women  by raising their voice in Public collectively made a huge impact on resting masses.