Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (MS)
Mangaluru, January 8: Prashant Jathanna, president of the Indian Christian Federation, said education as well as educational institutions in Karnataka are “in danger” due to the growing “community hatred” that has pervaded the system.
In a media statement, Jathanna said: “In recent times there have been differences between students from different communities regarding uniforms. Students are used to incite community hatred.
His comments follow clashes between students from two communities at Aikala and Chikkamagaluru colleges, where students from one community wore saffron shawls in protest against the hijabs worn by students from another community.
“Some students said they would convert Christian-run educational institutions to Hindu institutions. The district administration is not taking action against these anti-social elements. The Suo moto case should be brought against these people. in place behind such statements by young students must be traced, ”he urged.
Jathanna added, “The district administration and police should seriously consider videos and statements posted on social media calling for the sword-killing of Muslims and Christians. Peace in society must be maintained.