- पेजिटोन पर अधिनिक के लिये होगा एक पीथा का उच्चाना
- There are many petitions filed in the Supreme Court
- The High Court dismissed the petitions
Karnataka Hijab Controversy: The Supreme Court on Tuesday said that it will constitute a bench to hear the petitions challenging the decision of the state high court refusing to lift the ban on hijab in educational institutions in Karnataka so that the delay hui. CJI N V Raman, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli ki peeth nee case pari gaur kia.
वाकील मीनाक्षी अरोडा ने दी दलील
A bench of CJI NV Raman, Justice Krishna Murari and Justice Hima Kohli, led by senior counsel Meenakshi Arora, considered the appeal filed in March against the High Court’s order and is yet to be heard. लिये अग्या नहीं हुई हैन. CJI ने कहा, ”में अक पीथ का को भूर्ण को भूर्ण. जज्डोन में से एक की तबीयत हैक नहीं है. If the judge is healthy, then the case will be heard again.”
The High Court dismissed the petitions
The Supreme Court agreed to hear the petitions challenging the Karnataka High Court’s decision on July 13. Then the lawyer Prashant Bhushan mentioned it and said that “Girls’ education is affected and they are facing difficulties.” 26 अप्रैल को भी जिक्र किया गाया था. The High Court rejected the petitions requesting permission to wear hijab inside the classroom.
There are many petitions filed in the Supreme Court
Many petitions have been filed in the Supreme Court against the decision of the Karnataka High Court, which states that wearing the hijab is a necessary religious practice, which cannot be protected under Article 25 of the Constitution. The Karnataka High Court rejected the petition of a class of Muslim students of Government Pre-University Girls College, Udupi, who requested permission to wear hijab in class and said that wearing hijab is an essential religious practice in Islam. नहीं है
Muslim girls were challenged in the High Court
கர்டை நாட்டு தா க்கு க்கு க்கு க்குப்பு காட்ட்டு है है अग्य पर चात्रायें का काट्जी नहीं सकतीं है. The court also said that the government has the authority to issue the government order of 5 February 2022 and it is not a case of illegality. In this order, the state government has banned the wearing of clothes, which disrupts equality, integrity and public order in schools and colleges. Muslim girls challenged this order in the High Court.