Karnatka High Court Ban of Religious Clothes in Schools and Colleges

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National Desk, Delhi – Magazine: The High Court has banned the wearing of religious clothes in schools and colleges till the decision in this matter. The court said- We will deliver the verdict as soon as possible, but it is necessary to maintain peace. The court will next hear the matter on Monday.

Karnataka high Court

During the hearing of the case, the Karnataka High Court first said that we will see whether wearing hijab is a fundamental right or not. After this, the media was instructed not to report the oral proceedings of the court, but to wait till the final order came. The matter was referred to a larger bench of the High Court on Wednesday. The matter is being heard by a bench of Chief Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi, Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice JM Khaji.

The hearing was held for the third consecutive day in the High Court regarding the ongoing hijab controversy in Karnataka.

SC said- First let the decision of the Karnataka High Court

The hijab controversy reached the Supreme Court on Thursday. Congress leader and lawyer Kapil Sibal, while transferring this case from the Karnataka High Court to the Supreme Court, demanded a hearing from the Constitution Bench of 9 judges. During the hearing of the petition, the CJI said, ‘First let the decision of the Karnataka High Court be heard today. After that we will look into the matter.

The bench said, “Today the hearing of this matter is going on in the High Court. So why intervene in this matter at the moment? The Supreme Court also refused to give any fixed date for the hearing and said that it will hear only after the High Court’s decision comes. Simultaneously, the Supreme Court bench rejected his demand.

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Delhi Magazine Team

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