China: China is going to bring a strange law. In fact, clothes that ‘hurt the national sentiments’ may soon be declared illegal in China. Also, those who break the law may face jail or fine.
According to a BBC report, a standing committee of the country’s Legislative Assembly has recently released a draft to amend the law, after which speculation is intense. The proposed law would prohibit a variety of behavior, including dress or speech, that is harmful to the sentiments of the Chinese people and offends their sentiments.
The punishment will be jail or fine
However, lawmakers have not yet clarified what types of clothing will be banned once the new rules come into effect. Also, what will be the punishment or how much Yuan fine can be imposed on those who do this with the intention of hurting sentiments.
According to reports, after the law is implemented, those caught hurting Chinese sentiments through their attire or forcing others to wear it may be detained for 15 days and A fine of up to Rs 5,000 can be imposed. A fine of up to Yuan (approximately Rs.) can be imposed. 5,687) can be imposed.
Action has been taken regarding the dress
It is noteworthy that last year in Suzhou city near Shanghai, the police had detained a woman because of her dress. Actually, the accused woman was wearing a kimono in public. Let us tell you that Kimono is the national dress of Japan and China has a long standing dispute with Japan regarding Japan’s actions during World War II. In this case the woman was detained because she was wearing a kimono.