Digital Desk: Karnataka High Court conduct hearings from Monday regarding the Karnataka hijab controversy.After a three-judge bench of the High Court of Karnataka heard pleas related to the hijab controversy at 2.30 p.m. on February 10, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai pointed out the State Government would settle on the resume of school and college classes at a discussion later that day.CM Bommai briefed reporters in Bengaluru that he has called for a discussion in the evening with Education Minister B.C. Nagesh, Home Minister Araga Jnanendra, and officials from both divisions to decide whether to extend the closure of schools and institutions. He stated, "We will take stock of the happenings that have occurred thus far.""It is the obligation of all organizations to ensure peace and communal harmony." We'll wait for the court's decision. "In a democracy, we must obey the court's decision," the Chief Minister stated.Bommai urged individuals to maintain the peace while the High Court heard the affair. "The court can present a resolution if we maintain a peaceable atmosphere... I appeal to everyone to pause and wait for a court decision. Also Read: Hijab Row: RSS Muslim Wing Supports Karnataka Girl"Make no utterances that disturb the tranquility," the Chief Minister stated on Karnataka hijab controversy.Schools and colleges across Karnataka have been shut for three days until February 10 due to demonstrations in different state regions over girls not being allowed to enter classes wearing hijab and a section of students insisting on wearing saffron scarves to class. The administration has shut schools and colleges to avoid the situation from deteriorating regarding Karnataka hijab controversy.According to the Chief Minister, the government will explore efforts to ensure peace, discipline, and unity in schools and establishments. He argued with the public to be sensitive to issues involving children.