Muslim students wearing hijabs kept out of classrooms for weeks at Indian college

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Muslim students wearing hijabs kept out of classrooms for weeks at Indian college

Published Sunday 16 January 2022

A group of Muslim students from a government college in the southern Indian state of Karnataka have sat outside their classroom for weeks listening to lessons after their principal refused to allow them to wear hijab to class. The four students of the government women’s college in Udupi have been camping outside their classroom since the beginning of the month alleging that they were not being allowed to wear headscarves while in class, Indian media outlets reported. College principal Rudra Gowda was quoted by news agency Press Trust of India as saying that the students were allowed to wear...

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