Everyone should abide by the High Court judgement in the interest of the students: CM Bommai
Bengaluru, March 1: The High Court has pronounced its judgement in the students’ uniform case and has upheld the State government’s order. The High Court has said that Hijab is not an essential practice of Islam. Everyone should abide by the High Court order in the interest of the students, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said.
Speaking to media persons Bommai said, “this is about the future of our children and their education. There is nothing more important than education for our children. So we all should abide by the Court order in the interest of the children. Every one should cooperate in implementing the judgement. Peace and order is very important. People, leaders of all communities, teachers, parents and students should accept the judgement to maintain peace and order,” Bommai appealed.
Don’t abstain from exams
Calling upon the students to abide by the High Court judgement, Bommai said “your education is more important. Do not abstain from the examination. Please attend your classes. You and we need to think about ensuring a good future for you,” Bommai said.
Necessary steps to maintain law and order
All necessary steps have been taken to maintain law and order. Every one should accept the High Court judgement as it has resolved the issue. The Home department will take stringent action if any one tries to take law into their hands in contravention of the Court order, Bommai said.