Supreme Court rejects urgent hearing on hijab row

The Supreme Court on Thursday declined critical hearing on petitions testing the Karnataka HC’s decision maintaining the restriction on hijab in instructive organizations in the state.

“This doesn’t have anything to do with tests. Don’t sensationalize the issue,” a Bench drove by Chief Justice of India NV Ramana told senior backer Devadatt Kamat who referenced the matter for critical posting on the ground that assessments were in progress.

Specialist General Tushar Mehta took more time to the rehashed critical posting supplication, after Kamat said the solicitor young ladies would lose one scholastic year whenever denied consent to wear headscarf and show up in assessments starting on March 28.

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This is the second time that the top court has turned down critical hearing supplication with regards to this issue. Prior, it had on March 16 wouldn’t take up the request and said it would be taken up after the Holi get-away.

Last month, the top court had wouldn’t intercede in the hijab contention even as it had affirmed that it would safeguard the protected privileges of everybody and would take up the matter at the suitable time.

The Karnataka High Court had on March 15 maintained the restriction on wearing hijab in instructive establishments in the state, saying it’s anything but a fundamental strict act of Islam and school garbs advanced agreement and soul of normal fellowship.

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