Hijab Bill: Protests against hijab have been going on in Iran for more than a year, but here the parliament has passed a bill regarding this. According to this bill, if a woman does not follow the proper dress code, she can be sentenced to jail for up to 10 years. This bill will become law after getting approval from the Guardian Council.
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death of mahsa amini
Let us tell you that last year a 22 year old girl named Mahsa Amini was detained by the police because she was not wearing hijab properly. The allegation is that the police had beaten Mahsa Amini in custody, due to which he died. After this, there were protests across Iran regarding hijab. Many women had burnt their hair during the protests. Apart from this, she had burnt her headscarf i.e. hijab and waved it in the air. After this, recently the Iranian government deployed Morality Police on the streets. This police ensures that women are dressed as per standards.
The punishment will be up to 10 years
It is noteworthy that there is a large number of women in Iran who do not wear hijab. She wants to be open minded. Many girls like to wear western clothes or short dresses. In such a situation, if women do not follow the dress code set by the Government of Iran, then they can be jailed for 10 to two months.
dress code bill passed
Now the ‘Hijab and Chastity Bill’ bill has been passed in the Parliament of Iran. If this bill becomes law, it may cause problems for girls wearing short clothes. Girls can be jailed up to 10 years for not following the dress code.