Does anybody know what is the reason for the disintegration of society, ie, the breakdown of society and the increasing use of drugs? Wearing ripped jeans, especially torn jeans for girls. No, no, this has not been disclosed in any scientific research, but the source of this divine knowledge is the newly-invented CM Tirath Singh Rawat of Uttarakhand. In a workshop, he said, ‘Show open knees. Wear torn jeans. Look like rich kids. These rites are being given. If it’s not from home, where is it coming from? What is the fault of the teacher or school in this? Where am I taking my son, showing his knees in torn jeans? At the same time, the girls are not far behind, they are also showing their knees by wearing torn jeans. Is it good Today, while western countries are following us, doing yoga, covering their bodies completely, we are running towards nudity. ‘ Not only this, CM Sahab also narrated an incident when he was stunned to see a woman running an NGO wearing torn jeans. He asks, if such women go to meet people in the society and solve their problems, then what message will we give to our society and children? According to CM Sahab, society is crumbling because parents are setting the wrong example for children. Due to this, drug intake is also increasing.
Jeans-skirt is hostile to politicians
People are quite surprised by this fresh statement by CM Saheb that just a few days ago, we were celebrating International Women’s Day. They were talking big things about the freedom of women and their open living and it was only within a week that the thinking of our honorable leaders got stuck on women’s clothes and jeans. There is also a lot of opposition to this statement on social media. By the way, the leaders of our country have an old enmity with girls’ jeans, skirts, etc. Gahe Baagee keeps knocking in the eyes of a leader, an MLA, a panchayat. Earlier, Goa’s former deputy chief minister Sudin Dhavalikar had talked about banning girls’ short skirts in nightclubs and bikinis on the beach. He said that girls wearing short skirts in nightclubs is a threat to Goa’s culture. Former Alwar BJP MLA Banwari Lal Singh also demanded a ban on skirts in all CBSE schools in Rajasthan. Moreover, just last week, a panchayat in Muzaffarnagar has issued a decree banning girls from wearing jeans and skirts. This Panchayat of Peepalshah village has spoken of boycotting those who wear jeans and skirts. Their argument is also that jeans, skirts are spoiling our Indian culture.
Are the roots of culture so weak
Now it is also a matter of thinking that are the roots of our Indian culture really so weak as to be shaken by wearing torn jeans or short skirts? Are these clothes really so powerful that they can increase the sales of drugs from molestation? Or, in fact, it is just a cheap way for the contractors of these cultures to put their mind into a torn mind, in the guise of which they keep on raging their minds. Not only politicians, legislators or panchayats, many times a woman walking between you and us, along with a neighbor aunt, makes these clothes weapons and targets girls. Like it happened last year with Kannada actress Samyukta Hegde. Samyukta faced an uproar with fats and taunts when she exercised wearing a sports bra. Similarly, in a shopping mall in Gurgaon, a middle-aged woman spoke of the gruesome act of raping two girls present there wearing short clothes. Not only this, the woman also told the boys present there that if you see girls wearing short clothes, then rape them. A 25-year-old girl shopping in Kolkata wearing a t-shirt and skirt was also threatened by a woman who said that you should be raped. When the girl protested, she was also assaulted.
In such a situation, the question also arises whether this Moral Policing is our culture? The constitution of our country has given freedom to every man, every woman to live on their own, then why the question of the choice of girls’ clothes again and again? And for how long?