Aasiya Takes Exception of ‘Coercion on Girls to Dance before Politicians’



Dukhtaran-e-Millat President Aasiya Andrabi Saturday sharply reacted to the reports of “coercion on girls to dance before the politicians and bureaucrats”.

Declaring the Muslim culture of the J&K “in danger”, she said, “on one hand the Halal is declared as Haram by imposing ban on bovine animals slaughtering, selling or purchasing its meat and on the other hand Haram activities like music and dance are being imposed forcibly.”

In a statement to KNS, she condemned and said, “the schools are intentionally being changed into the hubs of immorality and some officers want to exploit the girls to get promotions and other favours from their bosses.”

“It is shocking to learn that some schools are forcing the girl students to dance before the politicians and bureaucrats,” she said in the statement. “This is ridiculous, though we all know the so called politicians and their character well as was exposed clearly in 2006 sex scandal; however, Islam doesn’t allow women to sing and dance even before her Muharam not to talk of unknown good or bad men”.

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