Three days ago, at a girls’ college in a district of the Indian state of Gujarat, female teachers make female students took off their underwear to check the menstrual period.
After the aforementioned incident, the police had constituted a High Investigation Committee, which confirmed the incident and recommended arresting college teachers and employees.
On February 18, the police arrested four female employees, including a college principal and a teacher, and submitted them to the police on physical remand following a recommendation by the Police Investigation Committee.
The arrested college employees are accused of forcing students to take off their clothes to check the menstruation of students at the Shree Sahajanand Girls Institute (SSGI) in Gujarat.
However, now the statement of a senior religious leader Swami Krushnaswarup Dasji, a religious organization that runs the same college, has come to light and gone viral in Indian media.
Swami Krushnaswarup Dasji, a prominent religious leader of Swaminarayan Temple, a religious organization run by Shree Sahajanand Girls Institute (SSGI) of Bhuj city, according to a report published in the Ahmedabad Mirror, addressing a religious function, he said, “If any husband eats a handmade meal from a menstruating wife, he will be born as an ox in the next life, and a menstruating woman who cooks food for her husband will be reborn as bitch.