The Supreme Court on Monday said that it’s ‘better to dance and earn bread than to beg in the streets and adopt unacceptable means to earn money’.
The court made the remarks while hearing a petition against the dance bars. The petition had claimed that the dance inside these bars ‘isn’t the cultural dance but obscenity’.
However, the court asserted that the subjective morality can’t be judged in this matter. Also, the court said that it’s 2016 and dance is an acceptable practice.
The remarks came a week after the apex court had pulled up the Maharashtra government for not providing liscence to dance bars despite its order in favour of the same.