In fact, in some posts on social media, it has been said that Salman Khan, Aamir Khan and the Turkish government will give 5 crore rupees to Muskan Khan for raising ‘Allah Hu Akbar’ slogans outside the college. It was said that Salman and Aamir together will give him 3 crores, while the Turkish government will give 2 crores to Muskaan. Let us tell here that such news is completely wrong, these are rumors which are becoming increasingly viral on social media.
According to the report of KoiMoi, ‘Factly’ has claimed in its research that the Turkish government has not issued any such official statement, in which it has been said to reward Muskan Khan. There is no such press release on the website of Turkey and the website of New Delhi Embassy of Turkey. On the other hand, if we talk about Salman Khan and Aamir Khan, then no official statement has come from their side too. Even these two stars are still away from commenting on the hijab controversy.
Let’s know what happened in the Hijab controversy
Actually this whole matter started from 31st December. The controversy that started in Udupi, Karnataka over wearing hijab in schools and colleges is now increasing. This dispute has now reached the court. It started on December 31 last year when six students wearing hijab were barred from entering the class at Government PU College in Udupi. This incident caught fire and then there was a demonstration outside the college.
After this, the college administration had to take action in the matter and on 19 January 2022, a meeting was held with those students and their parents and officials, but ultimately no result came out. After this another attempt was made on 26 January and the meeting was held again. Udupi MLA Raghupati Bhat said that girls who cannot come to school without hijab should study online. But the next day i.e. on January 27, those students refused to attend the online class. After this, on February 2, a controversy started over the hijab in the government college in Kundapur, Udupi. Hindu students wearing saffron shawls and scarves started reaching the college in protest against the Muslim students wearing hijab. The matter gradually gained momentum.
After this, on 5 February, the state government implemented section 133(2) of the Karnataka Education Act 1983. Under this act, it was made mandatory for all the students to wear the prescribed uniform in the college. This order was implemented on both government and private colleges. However, many political parties opposed this decision of the state government. The matter has now reached the High Court.