Case of Muslim girls wearing hijab in India: Important remarks of the court

New Delhi: A petition has been filed in the Supreme Court of the Indian state of Karnataka against the harassment of Muslim female students.

According to foreign media, Muslim female students were barred from entering educational institutions in the Indian state of Karnataka with hijab, since then harassment of Muslim female students has been going on.

According to Indian media, the Karnataka High Court heard a petition filed by Muslim students, who argued that wearing hijab for women was in accordance with Islamic teachings, to which the Indian court remarked that the state respects all religions.

The petitioner appealed to the court that the state should provide protection to the Muslim students who are being harassed.

Indian media say extremists have hoisted the Hindutva flag at a Karnataka college that barred hijab-wearing Muslim students at the door.

It is believed that a video is going viral on social media in which it can be seen that a mob of extremist Hindus in the city of Bangalore is trying to harass a Nahti college student while the student is showing great courage and Allah Akbar. The extremists shook the hearts of Hindus by raising slogans.

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