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Hijab case petitioner’s brother attacked by Hindutva mob in Karnataka

UDUPI (KMS) – One of the solicitors within the hijab case within the Karnataka Tall Court, Hazra Shifa, has said that a Hindutva horde assaulted her brother, and destroyed their property.

“My brother was brutally assaulted by a swarm. Fair since I proceed to stand for My Hijab which is My Right. Our property was demolished as well. Why ?? Can’t I request my right? Who will be their following casualty? I request activity to be taken against the Sangh Parivar goons, ”Shifa tweeted.


As per Shifa, her 20-year-old brother, Saif, is conceded to Hitech Clinic in Udupi. Reports said the window glasses of the family-run eatery in adjacent Malpe was broken within the occurrence on Monday night.

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A case has been enrolled at Malpe police station, and the police are conducting an investigation. The full seat of the Karnataka Tall Court comprising Chief Equity Ritu Raj Awasthi, Equity JM Khazi and Equity Krishna S Dixit is hearing the case where a few Muslim young ladies are requesting that they be permitted to wear hijab in classroom
On January one, six young lady understudies of a college in Udupi gone to a press conference held by the Campus Front of India (CFI) within the coastal town dissenting against the college specialists denying them passage into classrooms wearing hijab.

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This was four days after they asked the foremost consent to wear hijab in classes which was not allowe The ban on hijab within the instructive teach activated far reaching show in India. The authorities’ move has evoked solid condemnation from neighborhood and worldwide human rights activists and organizations.

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