"Is It Too Much To Ask In Democracy?" How 2 Judges Differed On Hijab Ban

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Two Supreme Court judges delivered a split verdict today on whether Karnataka's ban on the hijab in classrooms should stay or go and called for a larger bench to take it up. While Justice Hemant Gupta backed the hijab ban, Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia said he "respectfully disagreed" with him as he considered the education of girls most important.

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