Karnataka: College from where 'hijab' controversy began, two suspects arrested with weapons
Karnataka: College from where 'hijab' controversy began, two suspects arrested with weapons

Bangalore: The strings of the hijab controversy that began in Udupi, Karnataka, seem to be connecting from a distance. The allegations being made by social media users that this whole controversy is part of a larger conspiracy seem to be coming true to some extent. In fact, from the college in Udupi where a dispute is going on over the hijab, the police have arrested two suspects with weapons.

The names of the suspects arrested by the police have been given as Razzab and Haji Abdul Majeed. Police have seized weapons from both of them. Three other suspects are being sought. However, the police have not yet made any statement on this, nor is it clear who these people are, where they came from and who sent them. It is worth mentioning that two months before the hijab dispute, Muslims in Udupi boycotted Hindus. The main reason behind this was said to be to oppose cow slaughter.  

According to media reports, on October 1, 2021, there was a massive protest by Hindu Jagran Manch against cattle theft and cow slaughter in Gangoli in the taluk. Thousands of people, including fishermen, fish vendors and women, participated in the protest. After this, Muslims living in the area boycotted the purchase of fish from the Gangoli market. Not only this, but these people were also instigating other people not to buy fish from Hindu fish vendors.

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