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Youngsters arrested for violating decency laws
Please implement the same rules for Female as well
Arafat Ali , Dubai , United Arab Emirates
Dear Sir, We would like to appreciate the efforts of RAK Govt and Police department for taking such a wonderful decision. The indecency has grown up to such a level that not only it becomes difficult visit any malls in UAE. The other effect is that the younger generation is getting misguided by the style leading to cause disturbance in the families where it becomes difficulties for parents to handle the kids who are stepping to their teens. We would like to request the Government and Police department of other emirates also to initiate the same. Friends we are forgetting that we are in such a beautiful country with full freedom and liberty, than why should we abuse this rich pure culture. Lets us all respect the same. With regards
Shekhar, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
If so, can u guys tell us what u mean by decent dress ?
Mohammad, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
welcomed news, it was becoming harder for families to go to the mall together because of some women dressed inappropriately, it should be implemented in dubai as well...good job
Khalid Esmail , Dubai, United Arab Emirates
The dress code being violated by the youngsters is a reflection of the carbon copy they have inculcated into their inner mind that they felt such a way of life is something very acceptable and the code for recognition. The society have an important role to play in moulding each and every younger generation.Howmuch fashionable you be will be the exsistence for you in your career and hence life, there many values get ignored.When the parents and society forget about their responsibility to be with the growing buds at their each stage of growth these are the feedback we get.
Annie R Samuel, Kerala, India
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