Hyderabad, Dec 25 (Hydnow): AIMIM President and Hyderabad MP Asaduddin Owaisi and BRS leader and daughter of former Chief Minister K.Chandra Sekhar Rao, MLC K. Kavitha on Monday demanded an order from the Karnataka Congress government to withdraw the ban on hijab.
Though the Congress government has been functioning in Karnataka for the past seven months, they simply have to release an order allowing people to wear whatever they want, stating that there will be no dress code, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah is scared of releasing one order.
In support of AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi, its friendly party BRS leader MLC K.kavitha launched a scatthing attack on the Congress party on Monday over the hijab row, stating that the party is confused and does not implement what they promised.
Congress forgets all promises as soon as it wins elections. They promised to implement the guarantees given to Karnataka people during the election, but nothing has been done as of now, Kavitha said. “They promised to lift the hijab ban in educational institutions in Karnataka, but now seem confused about it. They do not implement what they promise, it is in their DNA, she said.
Earlier, Siddaramaiah announced on Friday that his government would withdraw the hijab ban order imposed by the BJP, emphasizing that no politics should be done regarding people’s preferences in clothing and food. (Hydnow)
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