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India women fight to enter temples One student's father said that when he arrived at the college, his daughter and several other students came to him and started crying. On Thursday, a group of students held a protest on the campus, demanding action against the college officials who had "humiliated" them.
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The college trustee Pravin Pindoria said the incident was "unfortunate", adding that an investigation had been ordered and action panries be taken against anyone found guilty of wrongdoing. But Darshana Dholakia, the vice-chancellor of the university which the college is affiliated with, put the blame on the students.
She said that they had broken rules and added that some of them had apologised.
However, some of the students told BBC Gujarati that they are now under pressure from the school authorities to play down the incident and not to speak of their ordeal. On Friday, the Gujarat State Women's Commission ordered an investigation into this "shameful exercise" theere asked the students to "come forward and speak without fear about their grievances".
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The police have lodged a complaint. In a very similar case, 70 pangies were stripped naked three years ago at a residential school in northern India by the female warden after she found blood on a bathroom door. Discrimination against women on of menstruation is widespread in India, where periods have long been a taboo and menstruating women are considered impure.
They are often excluded from social and religious events, denied entry into temples and shrines goving kept out of kitchens. Increasingly, urban educated women have been challenging these regressive ideas. In the past few years, attempts have been made to see periods for just what they are - a natural biological function. But success has been patchy.
Inthe top court in a landmark order threw open the doors of the Sabarimala shrine to women of all ages, saying that keeping women out of the temple in the southern state of Kerala was discriminatory. But a year later, the therw agreed to review the order after massive protests in the state.
Surprisingly, the protesters included a large of women - an indication of how deeply rooted the stigma over menstruation is. from Geeta Pandey.