Hijab ban will be lifted in Karnataka? Siddaramaiah government made this 'plan' to reverse the decision
Ever since the minority community won with huge votes, it was expected that soon after returning to power, the Congress would be targeted on issues like Hijab.
With the change of government in Karnataka, now the idea of ? reversing the decisions of the old government has started. In fact, Amnesty International has appealed to the Karnataka government to reverse the decisions taken during the BJP government. In Karnataka, there has been a buzz of reversing the decisions taken during the BJP government. In fact, Amnesty International has appealed to the Karnataka government. In this appeal, a demand has been made to cancel the decisions of the BJP government. These decisions include decisions like Hijab in class, Anti-Conversion Bill and Prevention of Cow Slaughter Act.
Hijab Returns in Karnataka?
After the formation of the Congress government in Karnataka, the issue of hijab has again come up for discussion. According to reports, the Karnataka government is considering several decisions taken by the BJP government, including the hijab ban. On the other hand, former CM Basavaraj Bommai from BJP said that the matter is in the court. That's why the government should not hurry in this.
Will the ban on hijab be lifted?
In fact, with the coming of the Congress government in Karnataka, there has been a demand for a full consideration of all those subjects, due to which the previous BJP government was accused of harassing the minorities. On Thursday, on the third day of the assembly session, in response to a question asked in this regard before the session, Priyank Kharge, a minister in the Karnataka government, did not say anything clearly about the removal of the ban on hijab, but definitely said that any such decision, Whatever has been done by the government which affects the unity of the state, the present government will see it once again.
What is the stand of the new Karnataka government?
He further said that all the matters in this, whether it is anti-conversion law, cow slaughter or moral policing, all will be re-examined. All such decisions will be reconsidered. At the same time, reacting to this, another senior Congress leader and Minister G Parameshwara said that the first responsibility of the government is to fulfill the five guarantees made to the public.
Former CM Bommai said this
However, on the issue of overturning the hijab decision, Eastern CM and BJP leader Basavaraj Bommai has said that the matter is in the court. In such a situation, there should be no haste. Last year, the hijab controversy in Karnataka attracted the attention of the entire country. After which the then BJP government had banned wearing hijab in the classroom.