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Damoh Hijab controversy

‘Hindu, Jain girls shall not be forced to wear hijab’: MP High Court says in its verdict on the Ganga Jamuna School hijab row...

While granting bail to the accused in the Damoh hijab controversy case, the court said, "They shall not compel the students of other religion to read/study any material or language which has not been prescribed by the Board."

Madhya Pradesh: Bail plea of the principal, others, of Damoh school rejected even as defence lawyers claims complaints of Hindu students were ‘dictated’

Ganga Jamuna Higher Secondary School in Damoh is in a controversy for allegedly making it mandatory for all girl students to wear hijab.

Authorities warn bulldozer action against Ganga Jamna School where Hindu girls were wearing Hijab in a poster: Details

Ganga Jamna School in MP’s Damoh hit the headlines after purported posters of the school went viral on social media in which a few Hindu girls were allegedly seen wearing hijabs

Damoh school case: Principal of Ganga Jamna School, where Hindu girls were wearing Hijab in a poster, teacher and a security guard arrested

In a major development in the Ganga Jamna School row in Madhya Pradesh's Damoh district, three persons including the school principal have been arrested by police, officials said on Sunday. 

Damoh school hijab case: Bhopal Municipal Corporation identifies property owned by Ganga Jamna School owner’s relative, notice issued

A property identified in Bhopal linked to the Damoh school embroiled in conversion-hijab controversy

Damoh school embroiled in Conversion-Hijab controversy planning a rally after Friday prayers, can use children: NCPCR chief warns MP govt

Ganga Jamna School owner Haji Idris is planning to organise a huge rally in support of his school, says NCPCR chief

Tilak and Kalava prohibited in the Damoh school where hijab controversy erupted, now NCPCR takes cognisance of distorted Indian map as well

The NCPCR stated that during the investigation, the students confirmed that they were forced to follow Islamic religious practices and wear hijab at the school. Further, the school was using a wrong geographical map of India.

Damoh Hijab Case: District Education Officer to be removed for giving clean chit to Ganga Jamuna School, action against Collector also confirmed

Confirming the DEO's negative involvement in the case, Minister Inder Singh Parmar said, “Prima facie information that is coming out that the District Education Officer (DEO) has given wrong information, that is why the DEO is guilty."

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