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दुबई में बालकनी में बिना कपड़ो के खड़ी थी लड़कियां, पुलिस ने देखा तो कर लिया गिरफ्ता र



दुबई यानी जन्नत, जहां हर कोई जाना पसंद करता है। यहां इंसान की अपने आप जन्नत जैसा महसूस कराते हैं। यहां बहुत ही सख्त कानून हैं। सऊदी अरब दुनिया के सबसे सख्त कानूनों में से गिना जाता है। इसी कड़ी में हाल ही में यहां की पुलिस ने एक दर्जन लड़कियों को गिरफ्ता र किया है क्योंकि यह एक साथ बालकनी में खड़ी हुई थी।

सच बात यह है कि दुबई की एक इमारत के वीडियो बताया गया है कि कुछ महिलाएं पूरी तरह न ग्न होकर बालकनी में एक लाइन से खड़ी थीं। मामला सामने आने के बाद पुलिस ने सभी महिलाओं को और इससे जुड़े लोगों का गिरफ्ता र कर लिया है। दुबई के एक न्यूज पेपर ने इसे सिर्फ एक पब्लिसिटी स्टंट करार दिया है  लेकिन महिलाओँ का इस तरह से खड़ा रहने की वजह नहीं बताइ गई है।

गिरफ्तार लोगों पर संयुक्त अरब अमीरात में पब्लिक डीसेंसी लॉ का उल्लंघन करने के लिए छह महीने की जेल और लगभग 1,000 पाउंड के जुर्माने लगाया गया है।

दुबई जैसी जगह पर सार्वजनिक रूप से किस करने या शरा ब पीने पर भी जेल में डाल दिया जाता है और सजा भी दी जाती है। जानकारी के लिए बता दें कि दुबई में अश्लील कंटेंट शे यर करने पर भारी जुर्माने लगाया है।



COPS in Dubai have arres ted a group of women filmed posing n aked on a balcony in broad daylight.

The footage is taken from a next-door building shows over a dozen women on the balcony of one of the city’s skyscrapers being filmed by a man.

Over a dozen women on the balcony of one of the city’s skyscrapers

The woman lined up on the balcony

The footage was taken from a next-door building

Dubai police said they arre sted a “group of people who appeared in an indecent video” on charges of public debauchery.

Videos and photographs showing the n aked women, lined up on a balcony while being filmed in Dubai’s upscale Marina neighborhood, emerged on social media on Saturday evening.

State-linked newspaper The National reported it appeared to be a publicity stunt, without elaborating.

It came as a shock in the UAE where tamer behavior, like kissing in public or drinking alc ohol without a license, has landed people in jail.

Dubai police said those arr ested over the indecent video have been referred to public prosecutors.

“Such unacceptable behaviors do not reflect the values and ethics of Emirati society,” said police in a statement.

The footage was widely shared and drew the attention of the authorities credit: Twitter

Those detained face up to six months in priso n and a fine of around £1,000 for viola ting public decency laws in the United Arab Emirates, which includes n udity and other lewd behaviour.

The sharing of p ornographic material is also punishable with prison time and hefty fines under the country’s laws, which are based on Islamic law, or Shariah.

The UAE, while liberal in many regards compared to its Middle Eastern neighbors, has strict laws governing expression and social media.

People have been jailed for their comments and videos online.

Dubai police said those in the video have been arre sted

The country’s majority of state-owned telecom companies block access to major p ornographic websites.

Dubai also has strict social media laws that make it an offense to insult others or even use language where people feel insulted.

The laws also forbid anything “defamatory” against the UAE and this can even include the reporting of a news article.

A woman from Surrey, Laleh Shahravesh, 55, is facing jail for calling her Dubai-based ex-husband an “idiot” and his new wife “a horse” under the Gulf state’s draconian social media laws.


Those who’ve fallen foul of the laws in the past include a Brit Yaseen Killick, jailed after venting anger on WhatsApp after being sold a car that broke down.

US fitness professional Jordan Branford was slapped with a nearly £60,000 fine after using the word “bi tch” on Instagram, which his ex-wife believed was referring to her.

source the sun uk 

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