'What if naga sadhus get admission in college and go without clothes?', petition in SC for common dress code

New Delhi: The Hijab controversy that started from Karnataka has created a political furore in the entire country. Meanwhile, a law student has filed a PIL in the Supreme Court demanding uniform dress code for educational institutions across the country. The law student who filed this petition is none other than Nikhil Upadhyay, 18-year-old son of top court lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay.

Petitioner Nikhil Upadhyay has said in his PIL that a common dress code is extremely necessary to maintain equality and democratic values ​​in the country. Common dress code is the only way to tackle casteism, communalism and separatism. Along with this, Nikhil Upadhyay has also demanded from the Supreme Court to set up a judicial commission or expert committee to resolve the issue to the central government, demanding an early hearing on this matter.

Raising the Hijab issue in the court, Nikhil Upadhyay referred to the Naga Sadhus in the petition and said that what would happen if ever a Naga Sadhu after taking admission in the college reached the college without clothes citing his religious traditions. The petition states that schools and colleges are meant for nation building, employment, acquiring knowledge and education and not for following religious practices. Nikhil has also appealed to the Supreme Court to direct the Center and the states to implement the dress code in all educational institutions.

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