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Indian Villages Ban Single Women From Owning Mobile Phones


The village of Suraj passed a new policy in early February that forbids single, young women from owning a mobile phone, saying they should focus more on their schoolwork, 
A couple of villages in Mehsana and Banaskantha districts in Gujarat have imposed the ban in recent weeks, with more villages joining the campaign, said Ranjit Singh Thakor, president of the Mehsana district council. 
The ban applies to girls under the age of 18 and unmarried women, he said. "The girls don't study properly if they have mobile phones, and they can get into all sorts of bad situations," he told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by telephone. 
"Let   them  study, get  married , then they can get their own phones. Until then, they  can  use 
their fathers'  phones at home, if 
necessary."  
 
Source: Agency
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