Muskan Khan is a girl student from Karnataka’s Mandya pre-University college who has become the poster girl of pro-Hijab protests across India in recent time. She hogged headlines when a video showing her shouting “Allah Hu Akbar” slogan against a mob of right-wing students went viral on social media. In this video from Karnataka shows a young student in a hijab being chased by ‘Jai Shree Ram’ (Hail Lord Ram) slogan-shouting men.
Name : Muskan Khan
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Birthplace : Karnataka
Nationality : Indian
Gender : Female
Occupation : Student
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Marital Status : Unmarried
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College : Karnataka College
Educational Qualification : Studying
Recent Incident –
A clip is showing in present time in which, a hijab-clad student being heckled by a Saffron terror at a college in Karnataka state caused outrage amid intensifying protests over the ban on headscarves. In this video, Muskan parked her scooter in the parking of her college in Mandya and was subsequently beset by a Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) mob which shouted at her and tried to surround her. Undaunted, she continued walking towards her college building in footage that soon went viral on social media.
The shameful incident also drew the ire of Indian celebrities, journalists, intellectuals and politicians, who condemned the government for taking the country to a new low. The brave girl named Muskan Khan stood up against the Hindu mob who were donning saffron shawls. She confronted the boys when they tried to heckle her for Islamic code.
Law of Effect –
The Karnataka government run by the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Tuesday announced shutting down of educational institutions for three days. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai from Modi’s BJP appealed for calm after announcing all high schools in the state would be closed for three days.