'Allah has given the order to wear hijab', Asaduddin Owaisi calls Karnataka High Court's wrong

Asaduddin Owaisi said about the decision of the Karnataka High Court that it is not right. He said that girls in Karnataka are wearing hijab because it is mentioned in the Quran and it has been given to us by Allah.

New Delhi: Now the statement of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul-Muslimeen (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi has also come on the decision of the Hijab controversy. Owaisi said about the decision of the Karnataka High Court that it is not correct. Asaduddin Owaisi said that it seemed as if the hearing would be completed today, but in this case, the judgment of a Supreme Court judge came in favour and the High Court's judgment on it was wrong. He said that girls in Karnataka are wearing hijab because it is mentioned in the Quran and it has been given to us by Allah.


What did the Supreme Court say?

The Supreme Court has given its verdict on the Karnataka Hijab case. Both the judges of the Supreme Court have given different decisions on the Hijab controversy. Justice Hemant Gupta has upheld the HC's decision and dismissed the application against Ban. Now the matter will be heard on the bigger bench. A bench of Justices Hemant Gupta and Sudhanshu Dhulia gave this verdict. Let us tell you that the way the ruckus increased over the Karnataka hijab controversy, and the way protests were seen on the streets, this entire controversy has become a national issue.


Justice Hemant Gupta has given his verdict in this case. He has dismissed the petitions filed against the hijab ban and upheld the ban on hijab. At the same time, Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia has set aside the order of the Karnataka High Court to continue the ban. In such a situation, now the matter has been sent to a larger bench.


Judgment of Justice Hemant Gupta

Justice Hemant Gupta dismissed the appeal for the ban. Justice Gupta said whether the college management can decide on the uniform of the students and if the wearing and banning of hijab is violative of Article 25, then whether the rights under Article 19 and Article 25 are mutually exclusive. He asked whether the government order violates the fundamental right. Justice Gupta further said that whether the student can exercise his fundamental right, wearing the required dress under Islam, is the order of the government serving the basic purpose of education, according to me my answer is against the appellant. Therefore, I dismiss this appeal.


Justice Dhulia's verdict

At the same time, Justice Dhulia said that I have quashed the order of Karnataka HC and also cancelled the government order. Justice Dhulia said that there was no need to get into ERP and the court took the wrong path. It was just a question of choice. I have the ratio in Bejoy Emmanuel completely covered the matter. In this regard, the education of the girl child was paramount for me. Since both the judges have given a different opinions on this matter, that is, different decisions. In such a situation, the entire case of this hijab dispute will be handed over to a larger bench and the hearing will start again in the Supreme Court.