Pupils who are female may have more constitutional rights than students who are male. Kerala High Court condemns hostel limits.
The Kerala High Court recently ruled that girls at a state-run medical college have the same constitutional rights as boys, and that the college’s hostel rules violate those rights. The court’s ruling was in response to a petition filed by a group of female students at the college, who argued that the hostel rules violated their right to equality.
The college’s hostel rules had previously restricted the movements of female students, limiting their ability to leave the campus and restricting their visitors. The court found that these rules violated the students’ right to freedom of movement and freedom of association, and ordered the college to change the rules.
This ruling is significant because it suggests that female students may have more constitutional rights than male students. The court’s ruling is based on the principle of equality, which is enshrined in the Indian Constitution. This principle holds that all people are equal before the law, and that they are entitled to equal protection of the law.
The court’s ruling is a victory for the female students at the college, and for women’s rights in India more generally. It is hoped that this ruling will set a precedent for other colleges and universities in India, and that it will help to ensure that women’s rights are respected and protected.
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