Mahsa Amini Death Hijab Row: The hijab controversy in Iran has deepened due to the death of Mahsa Amini. Meanwhile, the anti-hijab revolution that has started in Iran is echoing in India as well. Voice has been raised from Varanasi in support of Iranian women. Women demonstrated against the restrictions of wearing hijab. Women are asking the question whether life is necessary or hijab?

Muslim women themselves are rejecting the talk of hijab in the name of religion, but the contractors of Islam are not liking this thing. After the death of Mahsa Amini, Iran has been burning in the fire of hijab for the last several days.

Iran hijab controversy echoed in India too

Women from Varanasi have also raised their voices in support of Iranian women and have raised questions about the ban on hijab. The right of women to choose the dress of their choice is one thing and it is another thing to tie shackles on their feet in the name of religion. Iran’s performance is raising questions on these shackles. There has been a lot of uproar in Iran after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. During the protests, many women lit hijabs, some even cut their hair.

How did Mahsa Amini die?

In Iran, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini was detained by the police on 13 September for not wearing a hijab and then she was beaten up, due to which she went into a coma. Mehsa Amini died three days after this incident. It was told that she had gone to visit Tehran with her family and during this time she was detained for not wearing a hijab. However, the death of Mahsa Amini has once again fueled the issue of human rights and women’s freedom in Iran. In such a situation, the question is also whether the contractors of religion in India will learn anything from this?

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