Union minister Satyapal Singh was speaking at the Foundation Day function of Maharana Pratap Shiksha Parishad where he made controversial statements against women attire. Satyapal Singh is the former Police Commissioner of Mumbai and Member of Parliament (MP) of the Bharatiya Janata Party. As of 2nd September 2017, he has been appointed as one of the new ministers in Prime Minister Modi’s Cabinet. Union minister Satyapal Singh has started a campaign targeting college students to break the myths around religion and create awareness about Vedic literature. Singh believes is the divine order for world peace. The video in which the principal of cbit college warning students is viral
Union Minister Satyapal Singh was speaking at the Foundation Day function of Maharana Pratap Shiksha Parishad. An educational trust, founded by a former priest of Gorakhnath temple.Union Minister Satyapal Singh sparked a controversy on Monday after he asked “how many boys would marry a girl who comes to her wedding wearing jeans”. Apply as student news reporter from your college
Union minister Satyapal Singh makes controversial statements against women attire
While speaking about sanskaar and student attire at the event, Singh said, If someone says they can wear jeans and become a temple priest, will people like it? No one will”. He went on to say, if a girl wears jeans and goes to her wedding, how many boys will want to marry her?”.Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, being the chief priest of the temple, is joint secretary of the Parishad. Facebook
This is not the first a Bharatiya Janata Party member made controversial statements against women. Bihar Health Minister Mangal Pandey said ‘virgin’ means the same as ‘unmarried’ and ‘pure’, and hence Patna’s Indira Gandhi Institute of Medical Sciences did “nothing wrong” when it asked applicants to declare their virginity.“Virgin, as per the dictionary, means an unmarried and pure girl. So all these words are not objectionable,” Pandey said.
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