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Parents and students outraged as Hijab-Wearing girls face school Entry Ban in Rainawari

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Parents and students outraged as Hijab-Wearing girls face school Entry Ban in Rainawari

Srinagar, June 08: In Rainawari, a concerning issue has come to light where girls wearing abayas are allegedly being barred from entering school premises.

Numerous parents and girls have voiced their complaints, stating that the principal, after discussion, disclosed that she had received instructions from higher authorities to disallow girls wearing hijabs.

This development has sparked outrage among the affected families, who argue that such discriminatory actions infringe upon their religious rights and create barriers to education. The parents are demanding transparency and an explanation from the authorities regarding this directive, urging for a reconsideration of the decision.

The incident highlights the importance of upholding inclusivity and respecting individual choices within educational institutions. It is crucial to promote an environment that embraces diversity and allows students to practice their religious beliefs freely while pursuing their right to education.

Efforts are underway to address this issue, as concerned parents and community members are working together to engage with the school administration and relevant authorities.

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