It is woman’s right to decide what she wants to wear, stop harassing, says Priyanka Gandhi Vadra

Regardless of whether it is a bikini, a ‘ghoonghat’, a pair of jeans or a ‘hijab’, it is a lady’s more right than wrong to conclude what she needs to wear, Congress pioneer Priyanka Gandhi Vadra said on Wednesday in the midst of the continuous hijab line in Karnataka.

She attested that this right is ensured by the Constitution.

Episodes of stone pelting and utilization of power by police were accounted for on Tuesday as the hijab line in Karnataka raised and dissents by understudies spread to more schools provoking the state government to proclaim a three-day occasion for every instructive establishment.

“Regardless of whether it is a two-piece, a ghoonghat, some pants or a hijab, it is a lady’s more right than wrong to conclude what she needs to wear,” Gandhi tweeted.

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“This right is GUARANTEED by the Indian constitution. Quit badgering ladies,” she said utilizing the hashtag ‘ladkihoonladsaktihoon’.

The hijab contention previously emitted in January at an administration PU College in Udupi, where six understudies who went to classes wearing headscarf disregarding the specified clothing standard were approached to leave the grounds, and has spread to various pieces of the state with Hindu understudies, as well, reacting by turning up in saffron wraps.

Such saffron-clad understudies are likewise being banned from entering classes.

The column has accepted a political shading as the decision BJP stood emphatically on the side of uniform-related standards being upheld by instructive foundations, calling the headscarf a strict image, while the resistance Congress has shown up to openly endorse Muslim young ladies.

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