In today's time, driving without a driving license is considered to be a violation of the rules, but the matter which has come up recently is shocking. In this case, a woman was not given a driving license because of her clothes. Yes, this is the case of Chennai, where a woman living says that "the RTO officer allegedly told her that she came dressed in stylish clothes to get a driving license." The woman, who works in the software company, says that she wore jeans and a sleeveless top when she arrived at the RTO office to get a driving license. She went to the office.
An officer reportedly told her to go home and come dressed in a manner. The RTO officer said that the office issuing the driving license is a government office and what is wrong with it if the people who come here are asked to wear the dress which they wear and go to their office." The officer said, "Different types of people from different sections of the society come to the transport offices and this should be kept in mind by the people". Officers said the applicants who apply for the license, of course, there is no dress code, but men and women should come in decent clothes. ''
Let me tell you that earlier another woman arrived for driving test wearing Capri and shirt and was sent back from RTO, she was told to go home and come dressed in a manner. The woman went home and came back wearing a salwar-suit. Only after that, the woman was allowed a driving test. In this case, the people who gave the driving test told that "This dress code is not being imposed only on women here." Rather, the men who come to give the test wearing lungi or shorts were also returned. They are not allowed to appear in the driving test until they come wearing their assigned dress. ''