Mangaluru: U T Khader demands action against Ullalbail communal elements

Daijiworld Media Network – Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru Jan 25: MLA U T Khader has urged the police department to take action against miscreants in Ullalbail for trying to divide  communities and spreading hatred.

Addressing the media here on Tuesday, January 25, Khader said, "Some miscreants have raised a banner in Ullalabail which says that only those who believe in the local deities can set up stalls at Ullalbail fest. Residents of Ullalabail live in harmony. Such banners divide the community and spread hatred which may trigger untoward incidents. Police should file a suo moto case and initiate action against the culprits. Even the license of the printer must be canceled and make the first accused in the case."

When asked about the scarf row, Khader said, "This is a minor issue which can be sorted out within the college. The college administration should call a meeting with the parents, principal and sort it out. When it takes a political angle it can never be solved. It’s irrelevant to link Pakistan to the issue through comments. The situations is Pakistan and India are not the same. Once students enter the college premises, it is the responsibility of the principal and parents.  The student organizations need not worry.




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