Hijab must pass Constitutional Morality test in Sabarimala, Triple Talaq rulings: State to Karnataka High Court

The State took the stand that wearing of hijab is not an essential religious practice of Islam.
Karnataka High Court, Hijab Ban
Karnataka High Court, Hijab Ban

The Karnataka government on Friday told the Karnataka High Court that that the practice of wearing hijab must pass the test of constitutional morality laid down by the Supreme Court in the judgments in Sabarimala and Triple Talaq cases.

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