Madras High Court Dismisses Plea To Ban Religious Attire In Schools –

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Chennai: The Madras High Court on Monday dismissed as withdrawn, a PIL petition to ban students wearing dresses exhibiting their respective religions while attending classes. A division bench of Justices M Duraiswamy and T V Thamilselvi dismissed the plea from K Gopinath, president of Hindu Munnetra Kazhagam, today.Also Read – Telangana Police Recruitment 2022: Registration Begins For 16,614 Posts From May 2, Check Notification on

The petitioner’s counsel sought to withdraw the petition, when the bench made him known that similar pleas were pending before the Supreme Court, in an apparent reference to the appeal against a Karnataka High Court order upholding the ban on the hijab inside classrooms. Also Read – UPSSSC Recruitment 2022: Registration For Supply Inspector, Other Posts on| Check Last Date, Eligibility Here

“Chapter 1V, Rule 14(iii) of code for uniforms in primary and nursery schools stipulated that the students should wear the uniforms prescribed by the respective school managements. However, of late, attempts were deliberately being made to violate this stipulation,” the petition claimed. Also Read – EXIM Bank Recruitment 2022: Only Three Days Left to Apply For 21 Officer Posts| Read Details Here