Hijab Case: Supreme Court Adjourns Hearing Till September 7

Hijab Case
Hijab Case

NEW DELHI: On Monday, the Supreme Court of India adjourned the hearing of the Hijab Case till 7 September. The Court has received a number of pleas against the Karnataka High Court’s judgment on the Ban of Hijab in Educational Institutes.

Earlier, Supreme Court issued notice to the state government of Karnataka over a batch of pleas challenging the Staes High Court’s judgment on the ban of Hijab in educational institutes.

A bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia also clarified that it will not accept requests for adjourning the matter and said, “We will not allow this type of forum shopping.”

Notably, various petitioners have approached the top court challenging the Karnataka HC order upholding the Karnataka government’s order which directs strict enforcement of schools and colleges’ uniform rules.

One of the appeals in the top court has alleged “step-motherly behavior of government authorities which has prevented students from practicing their faith and resulted in an unwanted law and order situation”.

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