[Hijab Row] Supreme Court's Sabarimala judgment on Essential Religious Practice test is law of the land: State to Karnataka High Court

Advocate General Prabhuling Navadgi argued that the petitioners have not placed any material on record to substantiate their claim for declaration that wearing of hijab is an essential religious practice.
Hijab Row, Karnataka High Court
Hijab Row, Karnataka High Court

The Karnataka State government told the Karnataka High Court on Monday that the petitioners in the hijab ban case were claiming that wearing of hijab was an essential religious practice, with a view to bind every Muslim woman to a particular dress code.

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