Amidst The Ongoing Hijab Controversy In Karnataka The State CM Basavaraj Bommai Said
Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai in
the Hijab case said that I request people to maintain peace in the state.
Hijab controversy in Karnataka
Due to the controversy over wearing hijab, the protests started in Karnataka and spread to many more schools and colleges in the state, while there was also a situation like stone pelting and confrontation. At the same, Karnataka Cm Basavaraj Bommai said that I request the people to maintain peace in the state. He said I appeal to outsiders not to disturb the peace in the school premises and in the state.
The controversy over the hijab reached the Supreme Court
Senior advocate Kapil Sibal placed the matter in the Supreme Court on Thursday. He said that after two months there is an examination and girls are being stopped from coming to school. Stones are being thrown at them. Kapil Sibal said that it was like a religious matter on which the the9-judge bench had heard.
How did the Hijab Controversy start
Girls students wearing hijab to class at a government pre-university college in Udupi Karnataka were asked to leave the college premises. The issue has now spread to diferent parts of the state as well. Young Hindus, supported by right-wing organizations, have jumped into the matter by donning saffron garlands. After that, there were reports of students clashing with the police, and sometimes the news of parents throwing stones added to the troubles of the state government.