Karnataka Minister: Al-Qaeda’s comment on headscarves proves the involvement of ‘invisible hands’ MIGMG News



Bengaluru: Karnataka’s home minister, Araga Gnanendra, said on Wednesday that the visual statement released by al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri regarding the hijab controversy and praising student Muskan Khan for standing up for the hijab and chanting “God is greater” proves the involvement of the “invisible hands” behind the hijab. Grade.

He said that officials of the Ministry of Interior and the police are monitoring developments and following up on matters in this regard. “We’ve said this from the start, and the Supreme Court also suggested during the hijab ruling that there could be some invisible hands behind the slap of the hijab… Now it’s proven, because al-Qaeda people are posting videos now,” Gnanendra said. In response to a question about Al-Zawahiri’s praise of Al-Maskan.

“How is it going, what is the link. All these things are checked by the police… they will find out,” he added. At the height of hijab class in February, Muskan Khan, a second-year BCom student in Mandya, was harassed by a group of students wearing a saffron shawl for entering college in a hijab.

As they chanted “Jai Shri Ram”, Muskaan responded by shouting “God is Greatest”. After that, the college authorities intervened and took control of the situation.

Condemning the terrorist group’s statement on internal affairs, Higher Education Minister C N Ashwath Narayan said “action will be taken against organizations and people associated with it”.

He said the state government did not introduce any legislation against the practices of any community and was only following the law.

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