The Karnataka High Court today gave an important decision regarding the Hijab controversy. The court said in its decision that wearing hijab is not a part of the compulsory practice of Islam. He said that educational institutions can ban such dresses and hijab. On the hijab decision of the court, Union Minorities Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi said that this was a conspiracy to separate Muslim girls from formal education.
‘Hijab is not banned in India’
He said, “The ruckus about the hijab was purely an attempt to cut Muslim girls out of formal education. At the same time it is also clear that hijab is not banned in India, but institutions which have their own discipline, dress There is a code and a decorum, it should be respected and this is what the court has said.”
‘I welcome the decision of the High Court’
At the same time, Union Minister Prahlad Joshi said, “I welcome the decision of the High Court. I appeal to all the people to take the country and the state forward. We all have to maintain an atmosphere of peace. The basic work of students is to study and acquire knowledge.” Everyone should study together.”
Court dismissed many petitions
With the decision on hijab, the High Court today also dismissed a petition by Muslim girl students seeking permission to wear hijab in colleges. Many petitions have been dismissed by the Karnataka High Court, which were filed for permission in educational institutions.
Tight security arrangements were made in the state before the High Court’s decision. Section 144 has been imposed in Koppal, Gadag, Davangere, Kalaburagi, Hassan, Shivamogga, Belgaum, Chikkaballapur, Bangalore and Dharwad. Schools and colleges were closed in Shivamogga.
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