The Supreme Court of India has issued notice to the state government and others on petitions filed against the Karnataka High Court’s order upholding the ban on wearing hijab in educational institutions. It asked the Karnataka government to file its reply before September 5 on the PILs challenging the High Court’s decision. He gave his decision on March 15. This bench of the Karnataka High Court dismissed the petitions of the Muslim girls. The petitioner students had declared the hijab as part of Islamic tradition and said it was a legitimate right to wear it in educational institutions, but the court did not consider it legally mandatory. Admission to colleges was not allowed. After that, the girls approached the court. It should be noted that in Karnataka this year, the admission of girls wearing hijab to the pre-university government college was banned, after which a controversy started in the educational institutions of the state. Gaya and violent incidents took place at many places.