CM remark gives hope that I can return to college: Muskan – Times of India

CM remark gives hope that I can return to college: Muskan - Times of India

Mandya/Udupi: Two students at the forefront campaign On Saturday, he got behind Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for the restoration of the hijab, hoping that the ban would eventually be lifted and he would be able to complete his studies.
Mandia’s Musakan, who came into the spotlight during the hijab riots, quoted her Congress The latest remarks of the Chief Minister on this matter. “It has given me hope that I can. Back to collegeA smile said.
A degree student dropped out after the BJP government banned hijab in schools and colleges last year. Maskan said Siddaramaiah’s statements have given rise to hope that students like him will get their rights back, enabling them to return to educational institutions. Maskan added, “Hijab is our culture. We hope that we will get our rights back. Due to the ban, many people have lost our rights. Everyone should continue their education.”
In Udupi, Teherin Begum echoed the sentiment and thanked the chief minister for considering revoking the ban. Tehran is fighting the ban in the High Court and the Supreme Court.
“Despite the obstacles to our educational progress and seeing no change in the collective voice of the community, the Chief Minister’s statement has emerged as a ray of hope,” Tehran said.
Teherin used to study in Kandapur Government PU College but had to drop out due to the ban. “The government’s assertion of my right to choose my dress eliminates any scope for fraud. We hope that the government will return to power in accordance with the principles of the constitution,” he said.

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