After hijab ban controversy, Bible in school triggers row in Bengaluru; right-wing calls it 'violation of state's education act'


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After Hijab ban controversy in Karnataka, now a school in Bengaluru has taken an undertaking from parents that they would not object to their wards carrying the holy book Bible to school premises, according to India Today. Reacting to the directives of the school, certain right-wing groups have called it a violation of the Karnataka Education Act.