Iran Hijab Case: Women will be monitored through CCTV cameras in Iran, government in strict mood regarding Hijab

 Iran: Iran is also following the footsteps of Afghanistan. Iran is being strict about women. There are strict orders for women to wear hijab. Hijab is implemented in Iran as part of the compulsory dress code. However, the number of women flouting the mandatory dress code is on the rise. Worried about this, the Iranian government has decided to install CCTV cameras in public places. 

According to the Iranian official, through CCTV those women will be marked and punished, who are disobeying the mandatory dress code. For this, cameras are being installed in public places and streets of Iran. Police said in a statement that violators will be warned once they are identified.

The objective is to prevent resistance 

According to media reports, the aim of the Iranian government is to stop the resistance against the Hijab law. Let us tell that there is a dispute going on in Iran for the last several months regarding Hijab. Actually this whole controversy started with the death of 22 year old Iranian girl Mahsa. According to media reports, Iran’s police detained Mahsa because she was not wearing the hijab properly. Mehsa died mysteriously while in police custody.

After this the anger of women erupted all over Iran. Demonstrations started on the streets and soon it turned into a big movement. Now the number of women who are opposing hijab has increased in the country. In such a situation, the government has tried to control them through CCTV. 

It is noteworthy that in recent times many such videos have gone viral from Iran, in which women are seen roaming without hijab. Recently, two women were attacked just because they were not wearing hijab. The video of the incident became fiercely viral. Saturday’s police in its statement asked the owners of business establishments to seriously monitor the observance of social norms’ has been called upon to do.

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