Mangalore University Hijab Controversy: Know why students were denied to enter in class; New rules & More

Mangalore University Hijab Controversy: The Hijab controversy in the Mangalore University of Bangalore, Karnataka is still not taking its name to stop. So today 12 girls entered the campus wearing hijabs, who were prevented from entering the class.

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Mangalore University Hijab Controversy: The Hijab controversy in the Mangalore University of Bangalore, Karnataka is still not taking its name to stop. So today 12 girls entered the campus wearing hijabs, who were prevented from entering the class. 

As the matter escalated, the principal of the college tried to convince them, but the girls remained adamant on their point. 

The controversy escalated On Saturday, 12 girl students came to Mangalore University College wearing hijabs, as soon as the college principal Dr Anasuya Rai came to know about this, she told the girls that they can enter the class only by removing the hijab, but the girl students say Was that she would not remove the hijab. So the girl students were not allowed to enter the classroom.

The Hijab controversy in the Mangalore University of Bangalore

Karnataka is still not taking its name to stop. So today 12 girls entered the campus wearing hijabs, who were prevented from entering the class. As the matter escalated, the principal of the college tried to convince them, but the girls remained adamant on their point.

Increased controversy

On Saturday, 12 girl students came to Mangalore University College wearing hijabs, as soon as the college principal Dr Anasuya Rai came to know about this, she told the girl students that they can enter the class only by removing the hijab, but the girls students said that She will not remove the hijab. So the girl students were not allowed to enter the classroom.


After this, when she reached the library, she was stopped there too, when the girl students were not allowed to enter the class and the library, she returned to her home. Vice-Chancellor Dr Subramanya Yadapadithya said that in the meeting of the College Development Committee it was decided that the girl students cannot wear hijab in the class. 

Although she can wear the hijab on the college campus, she will have to remove the hijab when she enters the classroom or library. Let us tell you that a similar situation had arisen here two days ago. Many students here had demonstrated on Thursday, saying that 44 Muslim girl students are taking classes in the university wearing hijab even after the High Court order.

Protests were also held in other colleges of the state regarding this. The protesters said that violating the rule of the High Court in this way is a violation of the rule of the court.

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