Identity vs Equality: Hijab controversy sent to larger bench of Karnataka HC
Identity vs Equality: Hijab controversy sent to larger bench of Karnataka HC

Bangalore: The hijab dispute came up for hearing in the Karnataka High Court on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Karnataka High Court Judge Justice Krishna Dixit, who is hearing the case, has decided to refer the matter to a larger bench. Earlier, the Attorney General, appearing for the Karnataka government, said all the petitions filed in the case were wrong. Questions have been raised on the government in this matter, while the government has given autonomy to all the institutions and the state does not take a decision on it. In such a situation, no case of prima facie.

Let us know that after the order of CM Basavaraj Bommai, high schools and colleges are closed for 3 days in the state. The matter is also being heard in the High Court. The government has also said that none of those arrested in the hijab dispute belongs to the school. They are all outsiders. State Revenue Minister Ashok said that students can wear whatever they want on the streets, but the dress code is mandatory in schools. We have closed schools and colleges as a precautionary measure for the safety of students. Congress is behind this situation.

Tell whether a hijab/burqa can be worn with a school dress or not? There has been an uproar in Karnataka over this issue. On the one hand, there are Muslim girls who are telling hijab as their identity, on the other hand, there are other students who say that they want equality. Girls should not wear burqas in school, if they are allowed, they will also come to school wearing saffron safa. Yesterday, while stone pelting and ruckus were taking place in the matter, on the other hand, the matter was being heard in the Karnataka High Court has now referred the matter to a larger bench.

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