Quick aside on Kakkars, since some people that don't wear Keski want to say it's not a Kakkar.
One. Why does one keep it on them even if showering then? Sounds like a Kakkar.
Two. And this is the big one. If you, in your selfishness, whoever you is, not you just reading, claim that Keski is not a Kakkar then anyone with a dress code can tell you to take it off and be in the right. Courts, businesses, public buildings. Keski is a protected Kakkar. Don't go saying it isn't just cause you don't want to wear one, or your lady doesn't want to wear one.
The Rehit stays the same, we change or don't.
And I'm no district attorney. I could name all those crimes off the top of my head. How could cops not know any of that?
hmmm but when a black dude does something man, those cops know every crime on the books. I wonder if seeing black improves recollection? Maybe I'll start taking photos of black dudes to exams and just ace em with my suddenly found mental powers.