IOK schools forced to spread immorality: Aasiya
Srinagar, September 13, 2015 (PPI-OT): In occupied Kashmir, the Dukhtaran-e-Millat Chief, Aasiya Andrabi has said that some singers and school heads are forcing girl students to indulge in immoral activities in the name of culture. Aasiya Andrabi while hailing the role of those girls who approached her in a statement in Srinagar said, Islam does not permit girls to indulge in obscene activities.
“It is really sorry that girl students are forced to dance before so-called politicians. They including some officers have been doing this to gain favours from their immediate bosses but they must remember that Islam does not permit this and we will not allow them to do so,” she said.She deplored that it was shocking to learn that some schools are forcing the girl students to dance before so-called politicians and bureaucrats.
Aasiya Andrabi expressed her surprise to see Principal Kothi Bagh girl’s higher secondary school, justifying the dance program by saying that the politicians were not bad guys. “This is ridiculous. Principal KB School and a singer who is the organizer of this immoral and unethical show Shashrang, must be doing this to please some politicians but all this is actually a part of a bigger conspiracy to push Jammu and Kashmir youth in immorality. This is not a Muslim culture, but mere a cultural aggression,” she added.
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