The entire world talks about choices and moreover freedom of choices, however, a recent incident of Delhi puts a question over the freedom of choice. Recently, a woman was denied entry just because she was wearing an Indian ethnic dress.
The incident took place at Kylin and Ivy, Ambience Vasant Kunj New Delhi. A video was posted by a twitter user named Sangeeta where an employee of the bar was heard saying to her, “ethnic is something we don’t allow.”
The user-uploaded a video with the caption, "My shocking experience with discrimination at Kylin and Ivy, Ambience Vasant Kunj this evening. Denied entry as ethnic wear is not allowed! A restaurant in India allows ‘smart casuals’ but not Indian wear! Whatever happened to pride in being Indian? Take a stand!"
Later Sangeeta was apologised on Twitter, part of which reads, 'It has come to my knowledge hat you were denied entry to the Ambience Mall Ivy bar, and I want to sincerely apologise for the same. This was a stance that a temporary staff member undertook and is NOT something that we, as a chain, condone. I will personally look into resolving this issue, to ensure that it doesn't report itself'.