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    A college in Hyderabad made burqa-clad students take off their burqas to enter the exam hall. This happened at K.V. Ranga Reddy Degree College for Women on Friday. The students said that they were not allowed to take their exams until they took off their burqas. They were allowed to enter the examination hall after 30 minutes when they removed their burqas.

    State Home Minister Mohammad Mahmood Ali said that wearing a burqa is not prohibited. He also said that people can wear whatever they want, but it is better to wear good clothes. He added that women should remain covered as much as possible and should not wear short dresses.

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    The minister clarified that the incident is not in line with the state’s secular policy. He said that the college management might have done this, but it is not acceptable. The government will take action against such incidents.

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