Bidar: Anti-CAA drama in school - Two women including headmistress arrested


Daijiworld Media Network - Bidar (MS)

Bidar, Jan 31: A case was registered recently against Shaheen Group of Institutions of the city accusing the school of presenting drama by students of the school which was against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA). Now two women are arrested in this connection.

Police had registered a case after a person complained that the schools have used the students to insult the prime minister of the nation. Now the cops have arrested headmistress of the school and the mother of a student as per the information given by Shaheen Group of Institutions.


Shaheen Group of Institutions (file photo)

Bidar SP Sridhar has confirmed that Fareeda Begum and Naveeda are arrested in this connection.

Reacting to the arrests, Dr Abdul Qadir, president of Shaheen Group of Institutions said, "It is unfortunate that FIR ia registered against the faculty of our educational institution. They have applied for anticipatory bail."

 

 

 

  

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    We don't want votes from Pakistan & Bangladeshi Voters ...

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    School and colleges should focus on studies and research instead of political affairs and controversies.. well done police

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  • Prabha, Cascia,mangalore

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    Why was action not taken by police when Kaldka bhat school.did drama on Babra masjid ..making students do haterate against mi iniroty Was that not a insult .
    CAA against is insult But drama against religion is not a insult ..
    Wahhhh

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  • moshu, mangaluru

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    Public sab jaanthi hai. Britishers were also detaining in similar manner during occupation whenever revolt taken place against them. . Kala qanoon never last long.

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  • Peshu, Manipal

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    We totally lost the freedom of speech, freedom of talk and freedom of expression!

    But still , we do call it a Democratic nation... no value of January 26th

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  • Rahul Kejar, Kanpur nagar

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    You want to know what actually restricting freedom of speech ...Go to North korea and speak same stuff. See the consiquesce dear..So dont blame GVMNT

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  • Clifford, Mangalore

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    Rahul, India is not North Korea. One is democracy and the other is dictatorship. That is what is happening in India now. You guy's did not make all this noise about the play at school at Kalladka but now you are playing a different tune. BJP ministers say goli maro that is OK.

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  • Alwin, Mangalore

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    During freedom students boycotted classes but teachers were not at fault during the rein of kings and British. We don't have idea of democracy at present

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  • Dinesh Kumar Shetty, Katipalla/Mangaluru

    Fri, Jan 31 2020

    Sedition law should be strengthened

    DisAgree [58] Agree [40] Reply Report Abuse

  • Ahmed, Bangalore

    Sat, Feb 1 2020

    Against those who are changing constitution

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