Bahrain Parliament condemns hijab ban in India Calls for end to discrimination against Muslims

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Several members of the Bahrain Parliament condemned the ban on hijab imposed in educational institutions in India’s of Karnataka state and called for mounting the international pressure on the Indian government to immediately end the discriminatory decision.

The Bahrain Parliament unanimously approved an urgent proposal by 23 MPs, led by Al Asala Bloc president and services committee chairman Ahmed Al Ansari, to issue a statement against “such discrimination meted out to the Muslim minority” in India.

International pressure is mounting on India due to discrimination going on against Muslims.

Earlier, several international bodies have been calling on India due to discrimination going on against the Muslims.

The Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) asked India to stop the discriminative policies against the Muslims.

The US also has registered its concerns against discriminatory act with the Muslim girls in Indian schools.INP

 

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