SC rejected the petition for Common Dress Code, said it is not our job to decide

Common Dress Code Hearing in Supreme Court: The Supreme Court rejected the petition seeking implementation of common dress code in recognized schools of the Center and states. The Supreme Court (SC) declined to hear the matter saying it was not for the court to decide. The petitioner said that doing so would create a sense of unity among the students.

Supreme Court lawyer Ashwini Upadhyay’s 18-year-old son and law student Nikhil Upadhyay filed a petition in the court regarding the common dress code. had done After the hijab controversy in Karnataka, the demand for a common dress code has gained momentum. Petitioner Nikhil Upadhyay had said in the petition that a common dress code would strengthen the sense of equality, social unity and national unity among students. Go 

Earlier in March, the court was requested to hear the matter early. The court refused to hear the matter early. The petitioner had referred to the dress codes of several countries in the application. The petition states that countries like Britain, America, France, China and Singapore have the same dress code in schools and colleges. There was also a debate on the Naga sadhus in the matter of dress code. It was said that if the dress code is not enforced in schools, Naga sadhus may take admission in the coming days and they will come to school without clothes as it is their religion to do so.

Also. Read:Marital Rape: The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the central government on marital rape, now the hearing will be held next year

Benefits enumerated in the petition

The petition said that it is necessary to implement a uniform dress code to ban gangs of different colored clothes. This will also prevent cases of mutual enmity and violence. The application said that implementing a uniform dress code in schools would strengthen democratic values, provide equal opportunities to students, create a more humane society, help prevent communal discrimination and casteism. /p>

The petitioner had demanded that the court issue a direction to the Central and State Governments to implement a common dress code, to constitute a Judicial Commission for first opinion and to direct the Law Commission to prepare a report on the matter. Go.

Get the more latest news about India