Wardrobe malfunctions raised in assembly
Mumbai, Apr 3 (UNI) Assembly members today raised the issue of wardrobe malfunction at Lakme Fashion Week in both the houses while the Shiv Sena sought a probe in the incident.
During the speech on budgetary demands for Home Deparment in the Assembly, Congress member Ms Varsha Gaikwad demanded the Government's intervention in the incident of 'wardrobe malfunction' at the fashion week.
Meanwhile, Senior Shiv Sena leader Pramod Navalkar too, told mediapersons here that it was difficult to believe that such incidents were purely accidental and what was happening there (at the event) in the guise of fashion was ''nothing but an attempt to make obscenity fashionable.'' He wondered why such incidents escaped the wrath of the police department and demanded a probe into the incident.
Ms Gaikwad expressed strong resentment against the manner in which the 'wardrobe malfunction' the footage was beamed throughout the day on television channels.
The State government should initiate steps to stop such incidents, she demanded.
Legislative Council Chairman Shivajirao Deshmukh also described the incident as ''shameful'' and directed the Government to take firm action to control such incidents.
The issue was raised in the Upper House by Dr Neelam Gorhe (Sena) through a point of propriety. Who demanded action against those responsible for it, for violating the anti-obscenity law.
Mr Nitin Gadkari (BJP) also took strong exception to the wide media coverage of incidents and demanded action against them.
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