After the High Court's decision regarding the Hijab controversy, on the one hand, many Muslim leaders were seen criticizing it. At the same time, now the girls have also jumped in it. In fact, after the decision of the Karnataka High Court, the matter of coming out of the examination hall in a city of the state without taking the examination has come to light. According to the sources, the girl students of Kembhavi Government College in Surapura of Yadgir district boycotted the examination and they came out. All these girls had come to the college wearing hijab to take the exam.
It was told that the examination started at 10 am on Tuesday, which was to end at 1 am. It has been said that the principal of the college, Shakuntala, asked the girl students who boycotted the examination to follow the orders of the Karnataka High Court. Although her words have not been accepted, the girl students came out of the examination hall. According to the principal of the school, about 35 girl students boycotted the examination. The girl students have stated that they will decide after discussing with their parents whether they will attend class without a hijab or not.
According to the report, a student also said that we will take the exam wearing hijab and will not take the exam if asked to remove it. In the past, there was a lot of controversy regarding wearing hijab in Karnataka. Tension had spread throughout Karnataka's cities and towns. Eventually, the matter reached the Karnataka High Court and now the verdict has come.
The Karnataka High Court on Tuesday dismissed the petitions of a section of Muslim girl students of Government Pre-University Girls College, Udupi, seeking permission to wear the hijab in class and held that wearing hijab is not a part of the essential religious practice in Islam. The three-judge bench said that the school uniform rule is a reasonable restriction and is constitutionally permissible, on which the girl students cannot raise any objection.