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Context: Recently, the Karnataka High Court is hearing a challenge to the constitutionality of the state government’s ban on students wearing a hijab in educational institutions.
About Public Order
Who can check it?
How does it relate to the hijab ban?
How has the state responded?
How has public order been interpreted by courts?
One has to imagine three concentric circles
Arguments against the K’taka Order
In the Karnataka case, the petitioners have argued:
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