Mulayam Singh Yadav says rapists shouldn’t be hanged till death as boys make mistakes. Here, I see him as a modern day Dhrihtrashtr with similar fate

In reference to the Shakti Mill rape case incident, Mulayam Singh Yadav today mentioned that it is wrong to hang the rapist because boys do mistakes at times. I wonder what kind of man is Mulayam Singh Yadav and for that matter whether he really is a man.

I can now understand why the condition of the women in Uttar Pradesh has always been dreadful, no wonder this man was the Chief Minister of UP for three times. A man rapes a woman and he call it as a mistake and that to a pardonable one, how insensitive a person can be!

Akhilesh Yadav Mulayam Singh Azam Khan Why Mulayam Singh Yadav must watch Draupadi’s Vastraharan in New Mahabharat?

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav, Samajwadi Party (SP) chief and former Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulayam Singh Yadav and SP leader Azam Khan during party’s `Desh Banao- Desh Bachao` rally in Uttar Pradesh’s Azamgarh on Oct.29, 2013. (Photo: IANS)

In his recent rally, he called “Modi a killer of humanity,” I’m still thinking what title should women of India give him post his ridiculous comment which not only bring shame to India but the entire human race. I can find no difference between him and Asaram. After the Nirbhaya incident, Asaram had made a very similar disgraceful comment and now after a year even Mulayam Singh stoops down to such a low level. While, Asaram have now almost proven as a rapist and is serving time in jail, I wonder what will be the condition of Mulayam Singh Yadav after this comment reaches every nook and corner of India

No wonder India has been a hub of bigots and bigotry runs in their vein more than their own blood. All those who find happiness in slapping Arvind Kejriwal, here I request you to kindly change your target if at least for time being. My beloved brothers, time to concentrate on Mr. Mulayam as you now not only have a big face but also a big reason to hit this shameful Politician.

Okay, coming to the title of the post – Why Mulayam Singh Yadav should watch Draupadi’s Vastraharan Episode of New Mahabharat?

draupadi karna vaishya prostitute Why Mulayam Singh Yadav must watch Draupadi’s Vastraharan in New Mahabharat?

The New Mahabharat being different had an altogether new twist in the disrobing session of Draupadi. Unlike, the 80s Mahabharat or the original Mahabharat where we had a scene of Lord Krishna protecting Draupadi by draping her with never ending yard of saree, the new Mahabharat had an additional sequence.

Here in this scene Krishna blew such strong winds which not only took away all the clothes of the men in sabha, making them go topless but also their mukuts, ornaments and the kawach. So, while Draupadi still remained clothed, all the men in the sabha who couldn’t stop this adharma themselves went naked.

No, no one was spared neither the people who commit the crime that is team Duryodhan nor the people was stayed mum including Pandavas, Dhritrashtr the King, Vidur, Guru Dron and Bhishm Pitama.

Although the scene was dramatized, I really appreciate the dramatization because it gave a social message. No wonder the producers need a round of applause for showing such a powerful scene which of course is a must watch for bigots such as Mulayam Singh Yadav who still discriminate women and have a soft corner for men who are criminals and are permanent women offender.

What I liked the most was the concluding part of the episode. Here, in the end Dhritrashtr who had no remorse towards Draupadi was compelled to ask forgiveness for his heinous participation. I really see Mulayam Singh Yadav as the modern Dhritrashtr who has the guts to support crime against women when all the Indian Politicians whether Narendra Modi or Rahul Gandhi are trying their best to make provisions for their security, honor and prestige.

I only have one thing to say both to BJP and Congress – “Baane kiski bhi sarkar nahi lena Mulayam ka Upkar”

By: Deepti Verma

Also See:
Did Karna really call Draupadi a Vaishya – Prostitue?
Mulayam Singh and the Politics of Parody

Image Courtesy: IANS, Official Mahabharat

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