Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has reported the conclusion of all secondary school and universities in the state for the following three days. He experiences likewise pursued for harmony. “I appeal to all the students, teachers and management of schools and colleges as well as people of Karnataka to maintain peace and harmony. I have ordered closure of all high schools and colleges for the next three days. All concerned are requested to cooperate,” Bommai said in a tweet. Strain had won at a few instructive organizations in Udupi, Shivamogga, Bagalkote and different pieces of the state, during fights hijab today, compelling the police and specialists to mediate.

A segment of Muslim young ladies is requesting authorization wearing headscarves to school, while the state government has pushed the limit making uniform compulsory for students going to classes in instructive organizations. There have been a few occurrences during the recent days, particularly in beach front Karnataka, where some Muslim young lady students, turning up in hijab, were not being permitted into classes, and Hindu young men and young ladies reacting with saffron, likewise being banned from classes.

The issue that at first started in January at a Government PU College in Udupi where six students who went to classes wearing headscarves infringing upon the specified clothing regulation were conveyed, has spread to a couple of different universities in the city and in adjacent Kundapur and Byndoor.

State Minister CT Ravi has kept up with the public authority stand of not permitting hijabs, saying schools and universities ought to have a uniform code. In a tweet on Tuesday, Ravi said said “Those who did not shed a tear for the brilliant Tamil Nadu student #Lavanya are crying for some FOOLS whose only aim in life is to wear Hijab to college.”

Fights arose at the Mahatma Gandhi Memorial College in Udupi today after a huge gathering of students wearing saffron stoles and headgears brought trademarks up in the school grounds as hijab clad Muslim young ladies were organizing a dissent “demanding justice”, driving the police and school specialists to mediate.

As indicated by police sources, a minor stone pelting occurrence was accounted for almost a school in Bagalkote and barely any understudies even attempted to jump into the grounds, whom police scattered utilizing gentle power. A comparable occurrence was likewise detailed at a school in Shivamogga region, and police needed to intercede to manage what is going on, the sources added.