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No Jeans for Bhiwani College’s Girl

A women's college in the Bhiwani region in Haryana has prohibited girls from revolving out in jeans and tops. At the Adarsh Women's College, where this command has been in place, the principal doesn't notice something wrong with it.

As an alternative, she says that it's a part of respecting Indian civilization as jeans and tops are all western dresses. The principal also supposes that western outfits divert students from their studies and ask harassment in the form of unnecessary attention. "We have proscribed western clothes to spruce girls according to Indian culture. Jeans and short tops provoke appeal and also divert the students, so it’s not permitted. Since, the students are youngsters and can mistreat mobile phones, hence we have controlled them," college Principal Alka Sharma said.

The college has also banned utilize of mobile phones. The National Commission for Women (NCW) has criticized the dictate and insisted action against the principal. "Such commands are uncalled for and strange. The government must take exploit against such institutions," NCW Chairperson Mamata Sharma said.

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