Hijab row: Final verdict is very important, opines CM Bommai

Pramesh S Jain & Yogesh K Porwar


The final verdict on the hijab row is very important as it’s impact is not restricted to Karnataka but on the whole country.So they have to wait for the final verdict to come,said Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai.

Talking to reporters in Huvinahadagali here on Thursday, he said the court was seized of the Hijab controversy and two judges of the Supreme Court have given their verdict.

He will give his reaction only after going through the judgement copy.There were lot of dimensions for the hijab row.

The demand of students is different and the government order is different. Since it involves national and international issues the government is expecting a clear verdict from the court.

Replying to a question,he said a video conferencing was held with the deputy commissioners of 16 districts to take stock of the rain situation.

Usually,rain will be more during October month and it is predicted heavy rain till October 20.The DCs were instructed to make necessary arrangements in this regard.

The compensation for house and crop damage is paid at the earliest. The compensation for loss of death has been paid.The other kinds of relief will be paid within 24 hours.

On assault of RSS workers by some miscreants in Haveri, the CM said arrangements had been going on for last one week and those who went to see the procession route were assaulted.

The police have arrested 20 persons in this connection.The government will take legal action to stamp out such bad elements,he added.