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UP khap panchayat bans jeans for women, shorts for men

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MUZAFFARNAGAR, March 10: A khap panchayat in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar district has barred women from wearing jeans and men from wearing shorts, saying they are part of western culture and that people should wear traditional Indian clothes.

The Rajput community panchayat also warned that those found violating the diktat will be punished and face boycott.

The panchayat was convened on March 2 in Pipalshah village under Charthawal Police Station.

Announcing the panchayat’s decision, community leader and Kisan Sangh chief Thakur Puran Singh said it was decided to bar women from wearing jeans and men from wearing shorts.

He said these clothes are part of the western culture. “We should wear our traditional clothes such as sarees, ghagra and salwar-kameez,” he said. Those found violating the order will be punished and boycotted from the community, Singh said. – PTI

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UP khap panchayat bans jeans for women, shorts for men

MUZAFFARNAGAR, March 10: A khap panchayat in Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar district has barred women from wearing jeans and men from wearing shorts, saying they are part of western culture and that people should wear traditional Indian clothes.

The Rajput community panchayat also warned that those found violating the diktat will be punished and face boycott.

The panchayat was convened on March 2 in Pipalshah village under Charthawal Police Station.

Announcing the panchayat’s decision, community leader and Kisan Sangh chief Thakur Puran Singh said it was decided to bar women from wearing jeans and men from wearing shorts.

He said these clothes are part of the western culture. “We should wear our traditional clothes such as sarees, ghagra and salwar-kameez,” he said. Those found violating the order will be punished and boycotted from the community, Singh said. – PTI

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