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Hijab controversy: Police bans protest, rallies in Mysuru till February 13

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Mysuru police have banned protests and rallies in the wake of the hijab controversy until February 13th.
In the aftermath of protests called by unidentified people, Mysuru Police have banned rallies and protests until Sunday.

Prohibitory orders have also been issued in the city under Section 144 of the CrPC.

Hijab protests began on February 4 at Govt Girls PU College in Karnataka’s Udupi district, and Mysuru Police has banned rallies and protests until Sunday (February 13) to maintain law and order in the city, following protests called by unidentified people over the Hijab controversy.

Prohibitory orders have also been issued in the city under Section 144 of the CrPC.
According to a directive issued by City Police Commissioner Chandragupta, “From February 12 (6:00 a.m.) to February 13, prohibition orders will be in effect (10:00 pm). In the meantime, no rallies or protests will be permitted in the district.”

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The Hijab protests began on February 4 (Friday) at the Government Girls PU college in Karnataka’s Udupi district, when some students claimed they had been denied access to classes.

Earlier this month, during the protests, Muslim women allegedly denied some students entry to college because they were wearing hijab.

The Karnataka High Court also appealed to the student community and the general public to maintain peace and tranquillity while hearing various petitions challenging the state’s hijab ban on Tuesday (February 8).

The Supreme Court declined to hear urgent petitions in the Karnataka hijab dispute on Friday, saying it is “watching” what is going on in the state and in hearings before the High Court.

Because the Karnataka High Court is handling the case, a bench of Chief Justice of India NV Ramana, Justices AS Bopanna and Hima Kohli said they will look into it at the “appropriate time” and advised lawyers not to make it a national issue.

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