Tense state of affairs continued within the southern Indian state of Karnataka within the backdrop of incidents of violence reported as a result of hijab row. The police have arrested 15 individuals to date, studies The Statesman.
Regardless of curfew orders in Shivamogga district, the NSUI members on Wednesday morning entered First Grade Diploma Faculty and PG Analysis Centre. They introduced down the ‘Bhagva Dhwaj’ or saffron flag and hoisted the Tricolour on Wednesday morning. The police rushed to the spot and dispersed the group. They’ve secured each the flags.
Authorities have clarified that ‘Bhagva Dhwaj’ was hoisted on the empty flag put up in Shivamogga school on Tuesday. They’ve denied that Bhagva Dhawj was hoisted after taking down Tricolour.
In the meantime, some Hindu organisations have given a name for bandh within the Banahatti city in Bagalkot district to sentence the violence.
The police division has arrested 15 individuals in reference to the violence that broke out on Tuesday and despatched them to judicial custody in Shivamogga and Bagalkot districts the place the hijab disaster has taken a communal flip, based on sources.
The state Excessive Courtroom is taking on the matter this afternoon and the bench is anticipated to offer the ruling on sporting of hijab by night.
The state authorities is holding a cupboard assembly to debate the state of affairs within the state. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai will take options from the senior cupboard colleagues to deal with the state of affairs within the state.
Schooling Minister B.C. Nagesh acknowledged on Wednesday that motion will likely be initiated towards people who find themselves behind raking up hijab row within the state. Just a few college students are demanding hijab, they don’t seem to be even listening to their very own group leaders. Regardless of the protests regarding hijab, the attendance of the scholars has not fallen.”
Araga Jnanedra, state Dwelling Minister mentioned that there’s an try to ignite fireplace on the hijab row. He acknowledged that arrests have been made in reference to the violence and he would share the small print later.
Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai mentioned the developments within the Excessive Courtroom this morning with Advocate Normal Prabhuling Navada. The CM was additionally briefed in regards to the state of affairs within the state by Schooling Minister B.C. Nagesh. State DG and IGP Praveen Sood and Bengaluru Police Commissioner Kamal Pant met the CM Bommai and held a gathering relating to the state of affairs within the state.
As per the knowledge of the Dwelling division, confrontation and violent incidents broke out in 7 faculties of 5 districts within the state. The protests have been staged in 55 faculties of 19 districts in Karnataka.
Harihara police have lodged 4 instances relating to the violence on the hijab row. Hindu organisations have referred to as for a bandh condemning the assault on trainer Manjunath Naik. Naik was attacked with iron rods and his situation is claimed to be severe. The Hindu organisations are planning to take a march from Vaibhav Theater to Tehsildar workplace.