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As the Karnataka hijab row picks up steam and is heard by the high court, the protests have spread across the country. Demonstrators staged several protests in a number of ways demanding that Muslim girl students be allowed to wear hijab in classrooms.
On Friday, the petitioners received a setback from the Supreme Court when it refused to conduct an urgent hearing on the matter on Monday. Chief Justice of India NV Ramana had earlier said that the Karnataka High Court should hear the case first. The HC is scheduled to hear the case next Monday. However, that’s not stopping demonstrators from registering their protest.
Here’s what’s happening in various states, besides Karnataka, over the hijab row:
A massive rally was organised in Malegaon in Maharashtra on Thursday, allegedly without permission, to protest against the move to prohibit hijab in government educational institutions. The protest was reportedly organised by Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind.
In Pune, members of the Hindu community launched a counter-protest by dressing up in saffron and chanting “Jai Shivaji”.
Legal professionals’ body All India Lawyers’ Association for Justice held a protest in the national capital outside the Karnataka Bhawan in Delhi on Thursday.
Left-wing students’ organisation All India Students’ Union also held a protest in front of the Karnataka Bhawan. Several activists of the organisation were detained by the Delhi Police.

#WATCH | Delhi Police detains AISA workers marching towards Karnataka Bhawan in the national capital to protest against Karnataka Govt’s rule on dress code in schools#HijabRow pic.twitter.com/Qe1QhpvXNi

Several Muslim women on Thursday participated in a protest at Shaheen Bagh to support wearing hijab in educational institutions.
Aliah University Muslim Students’ Federation activists in Kolkata on Wednesday participated in a protest rally over the hijab controversy in Karnataka.
Students and the minority organizations held a protest against the Karnataka hijab row in Visakhapatnam. They said hijab is their right as provided by the Constitution of India. The protestors demanded “respect for constitutional rights provided under articles 14 and 25/1”.
Charminar Unani College Students staged a protest over the hijab controversy in Karnataka educational institutions.
Several activists gathered outside a government school and held a protest over a Muslim girl student not being allowed to wear a hijab inside the class in Puducherry. Representatives of the Students’ Federation of India, Thanthai Periyar Dravida Kazhagam, along with DMK functionary Mohan, visited the school to enquire about the incident.
Girl students from a private college in Bhopal registered their protest by playing football and cricket in hijab.
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