BENGALURU: The state authorities has supplied Y class safety to the judges of the Karnataka Excessive Court docket who delivered the decision within the burqa-hijab case. Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai has introduced this on 20 March (Sunday). Together with this, the police has to date arrested two accused within the case of threatening the judges. Kovai Rahmatullah can also be included within the arrested accused. In keeping with media reviews, a grievance has been lodged towards these making threats at Vidhana Soudha police station.
It’s price noting that a couple of days in the past a video of Madurai in Tamil Nadu went viral on social media. On this video, Kovai Rahmatullah, a member of Tamil Nadu Thowheed Jamaat, was overtly threatening the judges who pronounced the decision on the hijab. Within the video, he was saying that, ‘If something occurs to the judges, they themselves shall be answerable for it. The decide who gave the unsuitable verdict was murdered through the morning stroll in Jharkhand.
In the meantime, the Bangalore Police has arrested Kovai Rahmatullah and Jamal Mohammad Usmani whereas taking motion within the case of threatening the judges. In keeping with reviews, each have been apprehended from completely different components of Tamil Nadu. FIR has been registered towards these two accused in several areas. Each have been arrested on Saturday (March 19) evening. Allow us to let you know that the hijab controversy that began in January 2022 reached the Karnataka Excessive Court docket by means of colleges. The three-judge Bench of the Excessive Court docket in its choice had refused to contemplate Hijab as an important a part of Islam. In protest towards this choice, many Muslim organizations had known as for a bandh on 17 March (Thursday).
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