Phagwara:  Activists of a women's group, writers and artistes on Wednesday staged a sit-in here to protest what they alleged denigration of women folk in several songs belted out by a Punjabi pop singer.
They also laid siege to the singer's house which was locked at the time of the protest.
Activists of the Istri Jagriti Manch, a women's group, Punjabi writers and artistes took part in the protest. Manch leaders Gurbax Kaur Sangha, Charanjit Kaur and
Anita Sandhu alleged that certain numbers rendered by the singer presented women in poor light.
They demanded action against such singers under the Indecent Representation of Women Prohibition Act, 1986.


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