Bring law to stop strident atrocities on woman and nudity: GIO

December 22, 2012

Virajpet: Government should bring law to stop strident atrocities on woman and nudity said Girls Islamic Organisation (GIO) Karnataka advisory council member Tyyiba Kauser. She was addressing the concluding programme of statewide campaign under the theme ‘Modesty-My refection’ from 30 November to 9 December by GIO.

She further said “Nudity and evils in the society spread due to day by day increasing poverty rate. So government should consider providing basic needs to all citizens as its duty. Woman’s are mostly exploited in advertisement, so to ensure the credibility, honesty and high level of morality of the advertisements an independent board should be formed.” She also urged the Government to take action for implementation of laws existing to stop nudity in TV serials, Films and also laws pertaining to stop late night working hours for woman.”

Safoora delivered a talk on ‘Girls in present Society’. GIO District organisor Sajida Khanam gave inaugural address, Virajpet unit president Sameera Razikh welcomed all. Essay competition held during campaign winners were also felicitated with certificates in the programme

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3 Comments

  1. muhammad imran

    actually govt is in no mood to stop sexual atrocities to women.
    the open culture is helpful for capitalism. so how can we hope that nudity can be stopped.

  2. Nadeem

    First get involve in helping muslim woman who are going through atrocities caused by their husband. The husband have full right to give physical & mental torture to her by threaten to proncounce ‘Talaq’. Poligamy should be aboslished or restricted (strigent conditions) to avoid the woman/children to undergo agony they faces.

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