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Asaduddin Owaisi Disagree With HC’s Decision, Tweets 15 Points

Asaduddin Owaisi Disagree With HC’s Decision

`Chief of AIMIM Asaduddin Owaisi has tweeted a long list showing disagreeableness on Tuesday, regarding Karnataka High Court’s decision. HC said ‘the hijab is not essential practice in Islam’. After the high court’s verdict, Owaisi posted his long list highlighting his ‘right to disagree’. And he hoped that not only by Muslim ogranisations but also other religious groups should file the appeal in supreme court against the judgement. He pointed out that this order has opposed the “rights to freedom of religion, culture, freedom of speech and expression.”

Asaduddin Owaisi Disagree With HC's Decision

15 Points of Disagreeableness

In his tweet that consists of 15 points, Owaisi has described why he believes that the decision of HC is inappropriate. And wrote, “If it is MY belief and faith that covering my head is essential, then I have a right to EXPRESS it as I deem fit. For a devout Muslim, Hijab is also an act of worship.”

In the next point he explains the absurdity of judges and wrote, “It’s time to review the essential religious practice test. For a devout person, everything is essential and for an atheist nothing is essential. For a devout Hindu Brahmin, janeu (the sacred thread worn by men) is essential but for a non-Brahmin it may not be,” he explained as he questioned.”

In another point he explains headscarf does not harm anyone, “Not even other people of the same religion have the right to decide essentiality. It is between the individual and God. State should be allowed to interfere in religious rights only if such acts of worship harm others. Headscarf does not harm anyone.”

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Why the double standards? He asked, “When Ireland’s govt changed the rules for police uniform to allow hijab and Sikh turban, Modi govt welcomed it. So why double standards at home & abroad? Hijab and turbans of the uniform’s colours can allowed to be worn.

In the last point he concludes and hoped, “I hope this judgement will not be used to legitimise harassment of hijab wearing women. One can only hope and eventually be disappointed when this starts happening to hijab wearing women in banks, hospitals, public transport etc.”

And many other points were mentioned, read with the embedded official tweet.

High Court’s Verdict was:

We are of the considered opinion that wearing of a hijab by Muslim women does not form part of the essential religious practice in the Islamic faith… we are of the considered opinion that prescription of a school uniform is only a reasonable restriction, constitutionally permissible, which the students can not object to.”

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