Karnataka hijab case sg tushar mehta argument in supreme court mere mention of hijab in Quran is not obligatory religious tradition imt
Hijab case in Karnataka: SG’s argument in Supreme Court, just because hijab is mentioned in Quran, it is not an obligatory religious tradition
Karnataka hijab case: During the hearing of the Karnataka hijab case in the Supreme Court on Tuesday, Attorney General Tushar Mehta argued on behalf of the state government that the petitioners have failed to prove that hijab is a compulsory religious practice .
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SG mentioned a US Supreme Court decision and said that those decisions were mentioned in an article he wrote in 2020. When the VC hearing was about lawyers appearing in casual clothes. He said that in his spare time he studied the legislation related to this matter and accumulated knowledge. Citing an American ruling, he says a lawyer comes into court wearing a hat and says it’s part of Operation Thunderstorm, the judge objects.
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What is the purpose of the dress? No one should dress in a way that makes me feel inferior. The dress is about sameness and equality. When you want to cross this limit, your exam is also high level.
SG Mehta said that a religious tradition or practice lasts fifty or twenty-five years. Religious practice is what has been going on since the beginning of religion. It is an integral part. Now see Tando Tando is an ancient concept of Sanatan religion but if someone says that walking during Tando is our religious tradition then it is not correct to say.