HC says that religious apparel is not permitted on university campuses.

HC says that religious apparel is not permitted on university campuses.
Karnataka government has decided to open high schools in the state from Monday, February 14.

The Karnataka government decided to reopen high schools on February 14 after the high court ordered pupils not to wear religious garb till the case is resolved. The following are the main points.Muslim students petitioned JM Khazi to lift prohibitions on wearing the hijab.

The judges decided to rehear the case on Monday, March 14, and instructed learners not to wear such religious attire while the case is pending in court.Meanwhile, the administration has decided to reopen schools and institutions that have been closed despite protests in stages beginning Monday.

Students in grades 1 through 10 will be permitted to attend school, with a decision on institutions where the hijab problem has erupted to be made at a later date.After anti-hijab and pro-hijab protesters flung stones at police officers in Shimoga and Bagalkot, Section 144 was imposed.

Prohibition orders have been issued in Bengaluru, and no protests near educational institutions are permitted. The most recent developments are listed here.PROTESTS OF SOLIDARITY IN FAVOR OF THE HIJAB Around 200 female students at Jawaharlal Nehru University (JNU) expressed their “unwavering and unconditional support” for Muslim students in Karnataka, claiming that forbidding women from wearing hijab demonstrates the state’s and institutions’ “patriarchal and Islamophobic tendencies.

“Pro-hijab protests in front of the Karnataka Bhavan in Delhi became more intense, and some students were arrested.

Students from the Students Association of India (SFI) staged a protest against the Government in Chennai, Tamil Nadu. The protesters said that wearing the hijab is a constitutionally protected right.

Tomorrow, February 11, at 5 p.m., Chief Minister Bommai will host a meeting with all ministries to examine the matter. The conference will also include district collectors, police officers, and representatives from the education department.

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