Hair specialist Jawed Habib Faces Police Case For Spitting On Woman’s Head
Jawed Habib has apologized however said that the demonstration was done to add “humor” to the extended meeting.
Lucknow: A police body of evidence has been documented against hair specialist Jawed Habib for spitting on a lady’s head during a course in western Uttar Pradesh’s Muzaffarnagar town recently. The protest has been recorded by the lady on whose hair Mr. Habib spat during the studio, the police said.
The video of the episode which occurred at a studio led by the beautician on Monday was broadly shared via online media, prompting monstrous analysis among web clients. In the video, Mr. Habib is heard telling the crowd, “Assuming there is a deficiency of water, use saliva”.Mr. Habib later apologized yet said that the demonstration was done to add “humor” to the extensive meeting.
The lady on whose hair Mr. Habib spat during the studio has related the experience via online media. “Recently, I went to a studio of Jawed Habib. He welcomed me to the stage for a hairstyle. He said on the off chance that there is no water, you can utilize salivation. From now onwards, I will go to my roadside stylist for a hairstyle, yet won’t go to Habib,” said Pooja Gupta, who claims a salon.
The National Commission for Women has requested the Uttar Pradesh Police to immediately investigate the veracity of the video and make a fitting move. “The activity taken should be evaluated to the Commission at the most punctual,” the ladies’ bonus said in a tweet on Thursday. Following the analysis, Mr. Habib delivered a video via web-based media clarifying why he did it and apologized for his actions.
” Our workshops are proficient courses. Since these meetings are extended, we make them humorous. I am sorry on the off chance that my demonstration hurt anybody,” he said in a video posted via online media.
Mr. Habib has been reserved under different segments that connect with the attack or criminal power with an expectation to shame individuals of the Indian Penal Code and the Epidemic Diseases Act, 1897, the police said.