On the other hand, the fact that the Jiya becomes burqua-clad to take on the enemies of the society has been seen regressive and ironical. One of the readers of this animation story published on dailymail.uk.co commented thus, “The idea of this is to get young impressionable girls to want to wear the Burka.” Another reader wrote, “Propaganda to persuade more girls to cover up and hide themselves, why? Females were given pretty faces by nature, why hide them? It is not a religious thing; it is a way for men to control women.” It appears both the readers are UK-based. On the other hand articles like the one written by Ms. Ema Anis for The Express Tribune, Pakistan (‘’-http://tribune.com.pk) has tried to put forward the angle of ‘freedom of choice’ for those who want to wear ‘burka’. This particular article has also drawn numerous comments, which are mixed.
A ninja, as we know, traces its ancestry from ancient Japan, and is a symbol of a covert agent who specialize in unorthodox warfare.