How to get the right answer on whether to vote asvabi
Asvabi is a traditional Muslim practice where women are veiled and accompanied by a male guardian.
It is considered a form of Islamic modesty in India and has been practised in several parts of the country for centuries.
But it is also seen as controversial in the country, especially in the north, where caste and community politics are rife.
Asvab, a custom where a woman is accompanied by her male guardian, is an ancient form of hijab and has historically been practiced by women.
According to Indian Express, the practice is now being challenged in India after a woman who was attacked by her neighbour in Delhi last month filed a police complaint alleging that the man had raped her.
The woman, a native of Uttar Pradesh, said she had approached the police following the attack after she was attacked in the city by the man she accused of assaulting her.
She claimed that the attacker used to watch her on television and then went into her house, where he attacked her.
The woman told police that she had called the police and her brother to seek help but the man didn’t come to her rescue.
The incident sparked widespread outrage among the Indian population.
The Delhi Police arrested the accused, a resident of Delhi, but said he had escaped, prompting a wave of anger and protests across the country.
On Wednesday, the government announced that the law and order minister would soon be able to make the decision on whether or not women can wear asvabs.
On Friday, a senior government official said that a draft bill would be drafted in the next few weeks, and that it would be sent to the Cabinet for its approval.