Chennai: A bill to require revocation of the ban on wearing the traditional Indian dhoti and other clothing to leisure club and others were sentenced Wednesday
Chief Minister J.Jayalalithaa recent controversy has been refused entry to a dhoti bill, Madras High Court Judge into the TNCA would be here cause backdrop, the bill provides for the revocation of licenses and punish any violation of one-year imprisonment legislation.
Tamil Nadu into a public place (remove clothing restrictions) Act, 2014 has been declared by voice vote by Speaker P Dhanapal and entered into force immediately.
The Act provides that any leisure club, association, trust, company or community should make provisions, regulations or rules companies entering anyone wearing “vests” (dhoti), reflecting the culture of India or any other restrictions imposed by traditional Indian clothing enter any public place under its control or management.
Any violation of this law will result in cancellation of the license and one-year imprisonment sentence given and additional penalties of Rs 25,000.
According to the bill when the cause and object statement, which was brought to the government of some clubs have refused to immigrants wearing dhoti reflect Tamil culture into under their control, they do not wear clothes in public places on the ground notice in line with Western culture, it is necessary to introduce and pass the bill in the current session in this regard.
Jayalalithaa earlier assured the House bill, removing dhoti ban will cause problems in the meeting itself, the opposition made dhoti clad judges were denied entry into the club to participate in the function of the book will be published in the July 11.