Karnataka HC Upheld Banned on Hijab in Class Rooms.

Bangalore : In a Huge Setback and and Very Bad news for Hijabi Girls ,Karnataka High Court Pronounced its Verdict Upheld on Hijab Banned, Court Says Not Essential Religious Practice.A hijab is not an essential religious practice, the Karnataka High Court said today . The petitioners, including a dozen Muslim students, told the court that wearing the hijab was a fundamental right guaranteed under India’s constitution and essential practice of Islam.

After eleven days of the hearing, the High Court has Rejected all thr Petitions of Muslims Girls and reserved its judgment on Banned of Hijab on Class Room.

Will move SC after full high court order is out, say Muslim Girls petitioners
Advocate KV Dhananjay, appearing for the petitioners.

AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi Reacting on today Verdict Banning on Hijab in Karnataka Says I disagree with Karnataka High Court’s judgement on #hijab. It’s my right to disagree with the judgement & I hope that petitioners appeal before SC. Preamble to the Constitution says that one has LIBERTY of thought, EXPRESSION, belief faith, and WORKSHIP as it has suspended fundamental rights to freedom of religion, culture, freedom of speech and expression
Lastly, this means that one religion has been targeted & its religious practice has been banned. Article 15 prohibits discrimination based on religion. Is this not a violation of the same? In short HC order has forced kids to choose between education & Allah’s commands

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