BORIS JOHNSON’s burka blast was branded “inflammatory and divisive” by a UK’s equalities watchdog.
In a sardonic conflict a Equality and Human Rights Commission pronounced his bomb comments risked “vilifying Muslim women.”
Dozens of complaints about his letterbox comments are suspicion to have been perceived by a Tory Party. Party grandee Iain Duncan Smith assimilated Lord Tebbit in entrance to his defence.
But Equality arch Rebecca Hilsenrath said: “The efficacy of a approved multitude depends on leisure of expression, and a countenance of descent and fanatic opinions is generally not unlawful.
“Boris Johnson’s use of denunciation in this instance, that risks dehumanising and disparaging Muslim women, is inflammatory and divisive.
“Political total should lead by example, conducting debates in a obliged manner, and denunciation such as this can stop legitimate dialogue.”
One hundred Muslim women who wear a Niqab or Burka have signed a minute job on a Tories to postpone Mr Johnson.
Some 30 protestors have also targeted his Uxbridge subdivision to direct his resignation.
In their letter, a women wrote: “We are not forced to make these wardrobe choices, nor are we oppressed.”
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