Another incident of discrimination against Hijab-wearing students in India
According to Indian media reports, Muslim female students in India have been discriminated for wearing hijab for months.
In the Indian state of Karnataka, female students wearing hijab were seated in separate classrooms and were not taught by any teacher.
The hijab-wearing students, who had been protesting outside the college for a week, were allowed to enter the college but were not allowed to attend classes with other students.
Hijab students were seated in separate classrooms in the college and no teacher took their classes.
Recently another government college in the Indian state of Karnataka had barred hijab-wearing students from entering the college.
In the video that went viral on social media, it can be seen that female students wearing hijab were barred from entering Kandapura Government College in Karnataka state.
The students kept crying and begging the principal of the college for banning them from entering the college but the principal did not listen to any of them.
The hijab students asked the college principal to allow them to take classes as the exams were approaching but the principal did not take any notice of the students’ request and refused to allow them to enter the college with hijab.
It should be noted that this is not the first case of barring hijab students from entering college in Karnataka. Under the auspices of the Modi government, Hindu extremists are conducting regular campaigns against the hijab.
Earlier, Muslim students at another government college were barred from entering the classroom.
A student has also filed a petition in the court against the ban on hijab.