Indian politicians share so many opinions on women that we wish they wouldn't sometimes.

If Dipa Sakshi and Sindhu had listened to Indian politicians where would we bePhotos: PTI
Blog Blog Friday, August 19, 2016 - 12:34

That Indian politicians have deep concern and respect for women is an established fact.

Abu Azmi (SP): Any woman if, whether married or unmarried, goes along with a man, with or without her consent, should be hanged. Both should be hanged.

Who can argue with this? Sindhu should immediately fire Gopichand and procure a 100% female coach for her who will teach her to make aloo parathas. Enough of all this badminton-shadminton.

 

Mulayam Singh Yadav (SP): Only girls and women from affluent class can go forward...remember this…you (rural women) will not get a chance...Our rural women did not have that much attraction.

Sakshi Malik who was born into a humble family in Mokhra village, near Rohtak, Haryana, seems to have missed this memo. Here she is, setting hearts on fire across the country! How dare you, Sakshi??

 

Mamata Banerjee (TMC): Earlier if men and women would hold hands, they would get caught by parents and reprimanded but now everything is so open. It's like an open market with open options.

Here’s Sakshi again! Men and women, please behave yourselves and maintain one arm distance.

 

Asha Mirje (NCP): Girls should be very careful what they wear and at what time they move out in city. Their body language should not invite attention of the potential rapists lurking around the streets.

We’re guessing Dipa Karmakar somersaulting around in her costume isn’t going to meet Ashaji’s strict standards. There’s so much in that body language that’s captured the imagination of people in the country. Clearly, that can only be a bad thing.

 

Sharad Yadav (JD): The women of the south are dark but they are as beautiful as their bodies…We don’t see it here. They know dance.

Sharad Yadav knows his stuff. Here’s Sindhu performing a complicated step.

 

Narendra Modi (BJP): If we kill the girl child in the mother’s womb, then what will happen to the world. If only 800 girls are born against 1000 boys, then 200 boys will remain unmarried. Will government do this job?

The sad fate of the 200 boys aside, what about the girl’s own potential?

 

Yusuf Bhat (Congress): Unmarried daughters are a liability to their fathers. My daughters are a burden on me. They are studying now and need to be married off. So, obviously they are a burden on me.

So many liabilities in this picture! Ladies, pack up from Rio and register on Bharath Matrimony. Don’t keep the unmarried ladkas hanging.

 

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