Allowing Hijab may help expose other students to diversity, be culturally sensitive: Supreme Court

"One can also say, this is an opportunity of being exposed to diversity. We have students for all cultures, religions. Be culturally sensitive towards them," Justice Dhulia said.
Supreme Court, Hijab
Supreme Court, Hijab

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that allowing Muslim girl students to wear the Hijab in schools and colleges could be seen as an opportunity to expose other students to diversity and become culturally sensitive [Fathima Bushra v. State of Karnataka].

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