After temple entry movement, Trupti Desai to campaign for total liquor ban in Maharashtra
Trupti Desai will travel across the state of Maharashtra to create awareness about total liquor prohibition.
Mumbai: 'Bhumata Brigade' chief and noted women's right activist Trupti Desai will now begin a campaign to press for a liquor ban in state of Maharashtra.
According to ANI, Desai will travel across the state to create awareness about total liquor prohibition.
The 'Bhumata Brigade' chief is also expected to meet Maharashtra Chief Minister Devender Fadnavis in this regard soon.
Desai had earlier successfully championed the cause of women's entry inside the sanctum sanctorum of popular Hindu temples and had even targeted the male-dominated right-wing Hindu organisation the Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS).
The RSS chief had reportedly agreed to meet her in the coming weeks after Desai wrote a letter to Mohan Bhagwat demanding women's entry in the Hindu body.
Desai had written the letter to the RSS chief in April demanding that women be admitted in RSS and sought a meeting with him.