This is a knotty issue. The AMU is a minority institution and hence is free to run it as per their rules to including religious rules. While indeed, if there has been a representation from girls students, that the library should be opened to them also, it needs to be looked into. However, the call is that of the University and not the Govt. And one could always go to Court to resolve the issue. If looked in the modern societal context, then denying library facilities could be denying knowledge even though the books are delivered to the women's hostel after an online search. It has to be said that an online search cannot compare with a physical search of books and of what is in the books; at least for some. I maybe wrong, But I, for one, find it easier to read a book and flip through it before selecting or buying rather than read a book online or on a computer.