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Now, demands for hijab-like attire inside operation theatre of Thiruvananthapuram Government Medical College Hospital

“Kerala: 7 students of Thiruvananthapuram government medical college hospital demand Hijab-like attire inside operation theatre”, Swarajyamag, June 28, 2023:

“At least seven medical students of the Thiruvananthapuram government medical college hospital in Kerala have sought permission for wearing attire covering their heads while in operation theatre.

Citing their Islamic religious belief that mandates them to wear hijab all the time, the students demanded that the college principal allow them to wear long sleeve scrub jackets and surgical hoods inside the operation theatre.

The students claimed that the OT dress code required as part of hospital regulations makes it difficult for comply with the attire mandated by their religious belief…..”

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  1. Whether service to the nation or hijab — which is more important to these medical students?
    Imbued with radicalism, they forgot their ultimate duty.
    These students must be cautioned.


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