Tehran: As per reports, Iran is preparing to revise the hijab laws and this will make a change in the decades-old law on women’s dressing. Mohammad Jafar Montessaria, the Attorney General of Iran, explained that the parliament and legal system will review the Hijab laws.
Ibrahim Raisi, the president of Iran said on a television programme that there will be a relaxation in the laws to implement the constitution.
Recently, a 22-year-old woman named Mahsa Amini was arrested by the Iranian police for not wearing the Hijab. She was taken into custody on 13th September and died in police custody. After this incident, several protests are taking place in Iran. Most of the women have come forward over this.
Most of the women have come foreword to protest Amini’s death. They protested by burning their headscarves’ and also by cutting their hair. Female students also participated in the protest.
As per the figures, around 200 people were killed in the protest. Both Britain and the US had announced their protest against suppression of the democratic actions.