'Ripped jeans are not our culture', says former CM Tirath Singh Rawat once again

Former Uttarakhand Chief Minister Tirath Singh Rawat has once again reiterated his controversial statement. In fact, he has once again commented on his old statement with torn jeans. In fact, Tirath Singh Rawat recently said, "He stands by his statement with torn jeans. He also claimed that "millions of people supported him". At the same time, in a conversation with a famous website, he said, "Torn jeans are not our rites. '

In March last year, Tirath Singh Rawat made a controversial statement about torn jeans. On which he was trolled a lot. Not only the common people but political parties and Bollywood stars also surrounded Rawat. After the controversy escalated, Tirath Singh Rawat had also apologised on camera, though now he has said that he stands by his statement. Let us tell you all that in the midst of the political turmoil in the year 2021, Tirath Singh Rawat was made cm by the BJP after Trivandrum Singh Rawat in the month of March. However, Tirath Singh Rawat, who was in the news for his statements, was removed in a few months and Pushkar Singh Dhami was made the CM.

In the meantime, Tirath Singh Rawat's statement with jeans was also there. In fact, the fashion with torn jeans from his side was frowned upon. "When he was flying from the ship once, he saw that a woman was sitting right nearby with her two children, wearing torn jeans. I asked her where to go, and the woman replied that she had to go to Delhi, her husband was a professor at JNU and she herself ran the NGO. He further said, "I thought that a woman who runs an NGO herself and is wearing torn jeans, what culture will she spread in the society. When we were in school, it wasn't.''

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