Voice Against Hijab in Iran too, 28-year-old Actress Arrested who Refused to Wear Hijab

Voice Against Hijab in Iran: Iran's radical government makes wearing hijab compulsory for women. Here women who do not follow this order are being arrested and tortured.
Voice Against Hijab in Iran too, 28-year-old Actress Arrested who Refused to Wear Hijab
Voice Against Hijab in Iran too, 28-year-old Actress Arrested who Refused to Wear Hijab

Voice Against Hijab in Iran: Iran's radical government makes wearing hijab compulsory for women. Here women who do not follow this order are being arrested and tortured.

The latest example of this is 28-year-old famous actress Roshno. She refused to wear the hijab, after which the police arrested her and tortured her.

Not only this, the actress was asked to come on National TV and apologize so that panic could be created in the minds of women who did not obey the Taliban's order to wear the hijab.

Voice Against Hijab in Iran: Actress was asked to appear on national TV and apologize

A video of the actress arguing with some women wearing hijab on a local train went viral after which she was arrested and tortured in jail.

Roshno was asked to appear on national TV and apologize for not wearing the hijab in front of the nation.

This is what Roshno had to do, she came on TV with a covered head and apologized. During this, the marks of injury were visible on his face, especially under the left eye.

After this incident, voices are being raised against the atrocities against Roshno not only in Iran but in many parts of the world.

Voice Against Hijab in Iran: Still the demand for wearing hijab in India

Still the demand for wearing hijab in India
Still the demand for wearing hijab in IndiaImage Credit: PTI

See the irony, where women are agitating against the atrocities of the Talibani rule all over the world, protesting against the ‘No to Hijab’ law, while in India women are demanding hijab.

Those who support the hijab should take a lesson from the suffocating women under Taliban rule.

Although the hijab was made mandatory in Iran in 1979, but recently on August 15, President Ebrahim Raisi signed an order and was asked to strictly implement it as a dress code.

Iran's radical government declared July 12 as Hijab and Holiness Day

Iran's radical government declared July 12 as Hijab and Holiness Day to uphold the Taliban decree. This was done so that women could be forced to wear the hijab but hundreds of women along with Roshno protested against the mandatory hijab law in Tehran.

Women are adamant about not obeying the law in which they have to keep their hair covered in public places.

Here women had opened a front against President Ebrahim Raisi, after which many women were arrested.

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