July 3, 2022

As Karnataka Top Courtroom is about to ship its judgment within the Hijab row case on Tuesday, all kinds of gatherings, agitations, protests, or celebrations in public puts are prohibited in Bengaluru for one week from March 15 to March 21.

Kamal Pant, Commissioner of Police, Bengaluru on Monday issued an order pronouncing that every one kinds of gatherings can be banned within the capital town of Karnataka.

Previous, the Top Courtroom reserved its order on more than a few petitions difficult the ban on Hijab in instructional establishments.

A bench of the 3 judges, comprising Leader Justice Ritu Raj Awasthi, Justice Krishna S Dixit and Justice JM Khazi, used to be listening to more than a few petitions difficult the ban on hijab in instructional establishments.

The hijab protests in Karnataka started in January this 12 months when some scholars of Executive Ladies PU school within the Udupi district of the state alleged that that they had been barred from attending categories. All over the protests, some scholars claimed they had been denied access into the varsity for dressed in hijab.

Following this incident, scholars of various schools arrived at Shanteshwar Training Agree with in Vijayapura dressed in saffron stoles. The placement used to be the similar in numerous schools within the Udupi district.

The pre-College schooling board had launched a round declaring that scholars can put on handiest the uniform licensed by way of the varsity management and no different non secular practices can be allowed in schools.

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(with company inputs)

Revealed on: Monday, March 14, 2022, 08:38 PM IST