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Rule of banning niqabs (Muslim’s face veils) dropped in Britain after thousands of people signed up a petition against it, London

Birmingham Metropolitan College, one of the biggest college in London had laid out a rule against all hoodies, caps, hats and Muslim veils. The rule was laid out in order that all the faces must be visible for identities purpose. This rule had got the nod from Prime Minister David Cameron. However, the fact that the law was against Muslim veils also had led an outrage among thousands of Muslims. More than 9000 people signed a petition along with the National Union of Students, Black Students Campaign against the ban. Along with filing petition hundreds of students gathered in protest outside the college demanding to lift the ban.
Friday, Birmingham Metropolitan College dropped the ban against Muslim face veils inside the premises of the college. Kiran Kidwai – International Desk, NMTV

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