New Delhi: In Karnataka, in February, Muslim students were banned from wearing hijab in colleges. The High Court of Karnataka heard the case filed by Muslim students against this and said, “Hijab is not an essential custom in Islamic law. So the ban on wearing hijab in educational institutions will go. as The verdict was delivered on March 15.
6 Muslim students appealed to the Supreme Court against this. The court refused to hear it as an emergency case. Meanwhile, senior advocate Prashant Bhushan appeared before the session comprising Chief Justice NV Ramana, Justices Krishna Murari and Hima Koli and said, “This petition has been pending for more than 4 months. This petition should be investigated immediately. If not, cancel the hijab ban and let this case be calm Let’s inquire” said.