[Hijab Row] India is not Hindu rashtra or Islamic republic: Petitioner to Karnataka High Court

Senior Advocate Devadatt Kamat in his rejoinder arguments, said that the State was citing Constitutional Morality to restrict choice, contrary to how the concept was used in pro-choice decisions of the Supreme Court.
Quran, Hijab and Karnataka High Court
Quran, Hijab and Karnataka High Court

On day 10 of the hearing in the hijab case before the Karnataka High Court, one of the petitioners argued that India is neither a Hindu rashtra nor an Islamic republic but a democratic, sovereign, secular, republic where rule of law must prevail.

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