UP women’s commission on ‘Girls should not use mobile phones because! In the video, Kumari can be seen reacting to an inquiry concerning rising assault cases in the state as she ascribed the ascent in wrongdoing against ladies to the general degeneration of qualities, including the expanded utilization of cell phones.
A video of an individual from Uttar Pradesh state ladies commission Meena Kumari reprimanding cell phones for assault is doing adjusts on microblogging website Twitter. In the video, Kumari can be seen reacting to an inquiry regarding rising assault cases in the state as she ascribed the ascent in wrongdoing against ladies to the general degeneration of qualities, including the expanded utilization of cell phones.
“Young ladies ought to consistently be under severe watchfulness. It ought to be checked where they are going and with whom,” Kumari was found in the video, shared by the public convener of the Congress, Ruchira Chaturvedi, as saying. “They ought not to be given cell phones. They chat on the telephone and later runoff for marriage,” she added.
“In light of a Question abt rising assault cases, Meena Kumari, Member, UP Women Commission said. “Young ladies ought not to be given cell phones. They chat on the telephone and later steal away for marriage” So after Chowmein, pants, presently cell phones are answerable for assault,” Chaturvedi tweeted.
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The video was additionally shared by the Delhi Commission of Women director Swati Maliwal. Citing the video, she got down on Kumari and said “the justification assault is an awful attitude”.
“No ma’am, telephone in young lady’s hand isn’t a justification assault. The justification assault is an awful attitude that builds the resolve of the crooks. PM is mentioned to sharpen every one of the ladies’ payments, one day send them to see the functioning style of the Delhi Women’s Commission, we show them!” Maliwal’s tweet, in Hindi, read.
The assertion adds to the arrangement of ludicrous explanations that have been spoken about assault and ladies part in it. Uttarakhand boss clergyman Tirath Singh Rawat affirmed that torn pants worn by ladies are prompting the expanding pace of wrongdoing against ladies. A couple of years prior, Haryana’s Khap chief Jitender Chattar was accounted for to have said chowmein prompts “hormonal awkwardness, summoning a desire to enjoy (sexual) acts”.