The Hindu Editorial Analysis: 14th October 2022

The Hindu Editorial Analysis:

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We all are aware of the importance of reading The Hindu newspaper with the aspect of improving reading ability, easily comprehending paragraphs, getting updated with the current events, improving essay writing and many more. For a banking aspirant it becomes necessary to read editorials for vocabulary. In this article we are going to discuss the points of today’s editorials with practice questions and important vocabs.

Hijab split

  • The Supreme Court’s two judge bench was unable to resolve the conflict between a girl’s student freedom to wear a headscarf and state wanting to keep the School the place of equality and secularism.
  • Unfortunately a clear verdict did not emerge from the said arguments advanced before the court for and against the Karnataka government’s bar on the hijab wearing.
  • The hijab split verdict reflects the division in the majority on issues concerning secularism and the minorities.
  • Justice Hemant Gupta is rejecting the idea that hijab should come in between the place where everyone is equal and permitting other communities to wear religious symbols will be the antithesis of secularism.
  • On the other hand, Justice Sudhanshu Dhulia has said that asking to remove the hijab on the institution’s gate will be an invasion of their privacy and dignity.
  • The issue is that why a head scarf that does not interfere with the uniform cannot be a matter of choice without being target of hostile discrimination.
  • Justice Dhulia represents this viewpoint when he asserts that discipline should be the cost of freedom.
  • He wonders if a girl is wearing a hijab then why it is a public problem.
  • He also emphasizes the position of girl students who have to overcome greater odds than boys to get an education.
  • On the other hand, Justice Gupta has foregrounded the equality and discipline as the essential hallmarks of secular institutions in a diverse country..
  • He goes to the extent of saying the constitutional goal of fraternity would be defeated if students are permitted to carry their respective religious symbols to them in the classroom.
  • The Karnataka government mandating either a prescribed or any other dress that was in the interest of unity, equality and public order was seen as majotorian assertion in the garb of enforcing secular norms, equality and discipline in the educational institutions.

Practice Questions:

  • Explain the whole verdict between the hijab and the Karnataka government.
  • What was the statement of Justice Hemant Gupta?
  • What did Sudhanshu Dhulia say in reply to Hemant Gupta?

Important Vocabs:

  • Garb- a special kind of clothing.
  • Assert- say something clearly and firmly.
  • Antithesis- opposite of something.
  • Emphasis- giving attention or special importance.
  • Verdict- a decision on an issue of fact in a civil or session court.

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