Karnataka Hijab Controversy: Outside a school in Mandya, Karnataka, there has been an argument between the parents of the students and a teacher regarding the hijab.
An argument broke out between the parents of students and a teacher over hijab outside a school in Mandya.
Karnataka (Karnataka) in the hijab controversy (Hijab Controversy) is not taking the name of stopping. The state government has reopened schools and colleges. But once again the tension regarding the hijab controversy seems to be increasing. In fact, an argument broke out between the parents of the children and a teacher outside the Rotary School in Mandya, the state. The teacher said that the girl students would have to remove their hijab before coming to school. At the same time, a parent said that the girl students could have been allowed to remove the hijab after going to class. But these people are not allowing to come to school with hijab.
At the same time, in the midst of the hijab controversy, schools in Karnataka from today till class 10 are open for physical classes. The Tehsildar of Udupi district said that students have started coming to school amid the hijab controversy. At present, the situation is peaceful and the district administration is following the orders of the High Court. To calm the situation, Section 144 has been imposed in Udupi district till February 19. The District Superintendent of Police had requested Deputy Commissioner M Kurma Rao to impose Section 144 within a radius of 200 meters around the high schools. According to the order, there will be a ban on the gathering of five or more people within this circle of schools.
CM Bommai expressed confidence of restoring peace
Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai, on the other hand, expressed confidence that peace and normalcy would be restored before the reopening of high schools up to class 10 across the state. These schools were closed due to the ongoing controversy over the hijab in the state. Bommai said that the decision regarding the reopening of pre-university and degree colleges will be taken after assessing the situation.
“High schools up to class 10th will reopen tomorrow, Deputy Commissioners, Superintendents of Police and Deputy Directors of Public Instruction of all districts have been asked to convene peace meetings of parents and teachers in important schools to maintain cordial atmosphere,” he said. I am sure that the schools will work in a peaceful manner.
Significantly, as protests against and in support of the hijab intensified in different parts of Karnataka, the government had declared a three-day holiday for all high schools and colleges in the state from February 9. On the order of the court, on February 10, the government had decided to reopen schools for students up to class 10 from February 14.
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