Bangalore | Hijab Controversy Karnataka Court : The hijab controversy that started from Karnataka had made headlines across the country and the effect of this controversy was also being seen. Now finally after waiting, now the decision of Karnataka High Court has come. The High Court has banned the wearing of hijab for girl students in school and college classes. On upholding the state government’s decision, Primary and Secondary Education Minister BC Nagesh said on Tuesday that efforts would be made to win the hearts of “misguided” Muslim girls. Those who are against this move and will be brought ‘in the mainstream of education’. Nagesh also said that the loopholes in the Karnataka Education Act, 1983, especially those related to school uniforms, would be rectified.
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I welcome Landmark judgement of Hon’ble Karnataka High Court on School/College uniform rules.
It repeated that the law of the land is above everything.
— BC Nagesh (@BCNagesh_bjp) March 15, 2022
People of Karnataka do not go against the court and…
Hijab Controversy Karnataka Court : Nagesh told reporters that we will try to win the hearts of those girls who have become ‘misguided’. We will try to bring them in the mainstream of education. He said that I am sure that girls will come to college and continue their studies because people of Karnataka neither go against the court nor speak against it. I believe these girls were misled. In the coming days, it will become ‘perfect’.
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I’m happy that govt’s stand has been upheld by Karnataka High Court. I request to the girls who went to the court should follow the judgment, education is more important than any other things: Karnataka Education Minister BC Nagesh on Karnataka High Court verdict on Hijab row pic.twitter.com/6S5ii8uZi5
— ANI (@ANI) March 15, 2022
The feeling of patriotism is infused with the school dress.
Hijab Controversy Karnataka Court : On discrepancies in KEA-1983, he said that based on the decision, the Karnataka government would try to rectify some errors in the KEA. He said that the school dress helps in inculcating the feeling of patriotism. He said that we all know from many years that school uniforms help in inculcating the feeling of patriotism. We will make uniforms mandatory so that students can know that they are children of this country. Karnataka Home Minister Aragya Gyanendra also welcomed the High Court’s decision. He said that everyone should follow the order of the High Court. It is everyone’s responsibility to maintain law and order.
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