Karnataka High Court will pronounce its verdict on Hijab dispute today, Section-144 implemented in many districts



Hijab Row: The Karnataka High Court will give its verdict today on the Hijab controversy that has emerged as a major controversy across the country. Before this decision, some things have been banned in Bengaluru, the capital of Karnataka. According to the Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru, for a week from March 15 to 21, all forms of gathering, movement, protest or function in public places have been banned across the city.

Ahead of the Karnataka High Court’s decision on the Hijab controversy, Dakshina Kannada DC ordered a holiday for all schools and colleges tomorrow (March 15). According to the order, external examinations will be held as per the schedule, but internal examinations of all schools and colleges will be postponed.

DC Kalaburagi Yashwant V Gurukar said, “In view of the decision of hijab row yesterday, the district administration has imposed section 144 today from 8 pm to 6 am on March 19. All educational institutions in the district will remain closed tomorrow.”

Shivamogga SP, BM Lakshmi Prasad said, “All schools and colleges in Shivamogga will remain closed tomorrow (March 15). Section 144 has been imposed in the district till March 21. 8 companies of KSRP, 6 companies of District Armed Reserve, RAF of 1 company deployed.”

Let us tell, on the matter, the students had argued that the hijab comes under the religious freedom given by the constitution. In such a situation, no college can give any decision regarding the ban in this regard. The Karnataka government has told the court in the matter that there is no ban on hijab in the country except for the restrictions imposed only related to institutional discipline. In fact, the controversy started when some students of Udupi refused to stop using the hijab, ignoring the teacher’s request. After this the students reached the court.

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