Hijab Controversy Issue Again: Supreme Court refuses to hold urgent hearing
New Delhi: The Hijab controversy was heard in the Supreme Court today. The Supreme Court has refused to hold an emergency hearing. The apex court also asked senior lawyer Devdatta Kamath not to make the case more sensitive.
Some students went to the Supreme Court to protest the Karnataka High Court’s decision. During the hearing, Senior Advocate General Justice NV Ramana told reporters today that students could not take the exam and that their current academic year would be ruined.
“It simply came to our notice then. It is learned that the Karnataka High Court has rejected the ban on hijab in educational institutions. The High Court has not ruled that the hijab is an essential part of Islam. The case is being re-assigned to another court. The Supreme Court has also refused to set a date for the Hijab appeal hearing. The Supreme Court refused to hear the appeal, and Holi adjourned it until the holidays.