College students Allegedly Requested To Carry out Namaz, Karnataka College Apologises


Some Hindu outfits staged an illustration in opposition to the varsity administration


A Jesuit college in Karnataka apologised after coming beneath hearth for allegedly enjoying ‘’ (name to public prayer) and making college students provide at a cultural occasion.

The Mom Teresa Memorial College at Shankaranarayana city in Kundapur Taluk of Udupi district organised a sports activities meet, forward of which a cultural programme was held.

Through the occasion on Monday, the scholars have been allegedly requested to carry out Namaz and ‘Azan’ was performed on the loudspeaker.

Because the purported video of the occasion went viral, members of some Hindu organisations staged a protest in entrance of the varsity.

The varsity administration apologised and admitted that it was a mistake to play ‘Azan’.

In one other purported video, the varsity instructor is heard saying that the prayer was organised to indicate concord and equality within the society, nevertheless it was a mistake to play Azan. Some protestors countered saying that there can’t be some other tune for nationwide unity than the nationwide anthem and the nationwide tune.

Some Hindu outfits staged an illustration in opposition to the varsity administration on Tuesday as nicely.

Mohan Gowda, spokesperson of the ‘Hindu Janajagruthi Samithi’, condemned the varsity administration for ‘”forcing the Hindu college students to carry out Namaz”.

In an announcement, Gowda alleged that the varsity had previously banned Hindu college students from carrying Bindi on the brow, bangles and anklets, which was in opposition to the Karnataka Training Act.

He stated he would lodge a grievance with the Nationwide Baby Rights Fee and the state schooling division.

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