SC mars Swamy Agnivesh's dreams before entering Big Boss

Swamy Agnivesh
New Delhi, Nov 8: The Supreme Court marred many dreams of the self-styled social reformer - Swamy Agnivesh who is all set to enter the Big Boss House on Tuesday, Nov 8. The apex court warned Agnivesh of not taking people's sentiment for granted.

The court's strong words came following a stern statement of Agnivesh on Amarnath Yatra. Criticising the religious yatra of the Hindus, Agnivesh earlier had stated, "I do not understand those who go for the yatra. It is a religious deception."

"I do not believe in this type of religion. Religion is when you seek justice for the poor, for the oppressed," added Agnivesh.

Citing the court's warning, it seems that Agnivesh should be more cautious before giving any comment or statement in Big Boss, the popular TV reality show on Colors TV.

The former aide of Anna Hazare - Agnivesh, during a press conference on Tuesday, expressed his concern over the "pathetic condition" of the girl child in the society and said that he would make the women of the house aware of the same.

Agnivesh is also expected to start anti-Anna campaign on the national television as he supported Raju Parulekar - the official blogger of Anna. The Gandhian crusader recently shut his blog over a spat with his blogger who accused Team Anna members of leading the septuagenarian into a "blackhole" for their own vested interest.

Supporting Parulekar, Agnivesh said, "Several others have gone against Anna and that is because of the people around him. There is a lot of truth in what Raju Parulekar is saying."

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