A university in Pakistan’s Punjab province has banned students from wearing tight-fitting clothes and wearing heavy makeup. It is learned that the authorities of Toba Singh, a branch of the University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, have issued the directive.
The university said female students were banned from wearing T-shirts with jeans, sleeveless shirts and tights. It is also forbidden to use glamorous jewelry, bracelets, anklets and heavy makeup.
At the same time, it is forbidden for boys to wear shorts, cropped jeans, pants with many pockets, ripped and pale jeans and trousers, any message written T-shirt. They are also banned from wearing slippers and sandals, head bands, caps, belts, earrings and bracelets. They have also been banned from having long hair.