In search of to finish the hijab (head scarf) controversy in Karnataka that has begun taking political color, the state authorities on Saturday ordered banning sporting garments which disturb equality, integrity and public order.
“Invoking 133 (2) of the Karnataka Training Act-1983, which says a uniform type of garments needs to be worn compulsorily. The non-public college administration can select a uniform of their selection,” the federal government order stated.
It stated the scholars must put on the gown chosen by the School Improvement Committee or the appellate committee of the executive board of the pre-university faculties, which come beneath the pre-university training division.
“Within the occasion of administrative committee not choosing a uniform, garments which disturb equality, integrity and public regulation and order shouldn’t be worn,” the order stated.
Initially, the controversy was restricted to Udupi and Chikkamagaluru to start with of January as the ladies began sporting hijab to class. In protest, the boys wore saffron scarves.
Regularly, the problem unfold to different components of the state and snowballed into a significant controversy with political events taking mileage out of it.
Whereas the Congress leaders backed hijab, the BJP stated it is not going to enable ‘Talibanisation’ of academic establishments.
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