"Will take a call": Supreme Court on listing of Karnataka Hijab case

The case was mentioned before Chief Justice of India (CJI) DY Chandrachud by advocate Shadan Farasat who said that the girls are unable to appear for exams due to the ban on hijab in government colleges.
Supreme Court and Hijab Ban Case
Supreme Court and Hijab Ban Case

The Supreme Court on Wednesday said that it would take a call on listing the Hijab case which deals with the Karnataka's ban on Muslim girl students wearing the hijab (headscarf) in college campuses.

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