"Wearing Hijab Matter Of Choice": How 2 Supreme Court Judges Differed | Read

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Two Supreme Court judges today differed on whether Karnataka's ban on the hijab in classrooms should stay or go and called for a larger bench to take it up. The two-judge bench, delivering a split verdict, agreed that "there is a divergence of opinion" and recommended that the Chief Justice of India constitute a three-judge bench to decide on whether the ban stays.

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