Bengaluru society says residents feel ‘uncomfortable’ with maids using common areas, Twitter calls them ‘classy’

Bengaluru society says residents feel 'uncomfortable' with maids using common areas, Twitter calls them 'classy'

A housing society in Bangalore was denounced for its class circular. He noted that domestic workers should be limited to waiting areas and refrain from using common spaces.

A housing society in Bangalore is facing backlash over its latest circular. Photo: Twitter/Vibin Babuurajan

A housing society in Bangalore is facing backlash over its latest circular. Photo: Twitter/Vibin Babuurajan

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A housing society in Bangalore is facing backlash over its latest circular. Photo: Twitter/Vibin Babuurajan

Sign up for notificationsA housing society in Bangalore is facing backlash for being class-oriented and discriminatory towards maids. The incident came to light after a man took to Twitter to post a circular published by the society. Other Twitter users were outraged by the notice and did not shy away from rebuking the circular. A screenshot of the notice said that the residents of the housing society were uncomfortable with the domestic workers hanging out in the common area. In addition, the circular noted that people had stopped using the sofas in the common area after the cooks and maids started using them. Related news PreviousTwo strangers, both named Julie, find out they have been sisters for 60 years after shocking ViralVibe DNA test result

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Next In addition, he stated that it was impossible for security to monitor all common spaces. The circular also instructed all domestic workers to use the building’s waiting areas between jobs or eat their food. A Twitter user named Vibin Babuurajan posted the screenshot of the circular on Twitter. He captioned it, “Residents of a Class-Confusing, Class-Making Bangalore Society.”

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residents of a bangalore society confusing class and being classist 🤮 pic.twitter.com/0pbeBUpDJc

— Vibin Babuurajan 👋 (@vibinbaburajan) June 21, 2023 Many flocked to the microblogging site to comment on the incident. Many were quick to point out the hypocrisy of the people. One said: “Why is it so hard for people to understand that they are only human.” Another asked: “Same maid wandering around your house, cooking for you, cleaning for you is fine. But seeing them around you in the park is troublesome? Pathetic!” Another said: “Wash your own dishes to keep your more orderly home and community.” A fourth person wrote: “Residents may feel uncomfortable with the maids wherever we walk…” So do they come out of their own houses when they are cleaning them? Or is it okay because they wouldn’t lift a broom and would need the same maid as them? they feel uncomfortable to clean their space.” The post racked up more than 661,000 views. What do you think of the strange circular?

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