Udupi: ‘We welcome HC verdict on Hijab’ – HJV president Prashant Nayak

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (MS)

Udupi, Mar 15: “We welcome the verdict of high court (HC) with regards to the Hijab controversy. Hijab and saffron are not required classrooms. Court has given a logical end to this issue. They are independent to approach Supreme Court,” said Prashant Nayak, president of Hindu Jagarana Vedike (HJV).

Nayak further said, “This is not a matter of victory or defeat. This is a good development in society. Uniform was implemented in order to do away with inequality. In classroom all should follow the dream of Prime Minister Narendra Modi of ‘Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Vikas’. No one has worn saffron shawls in classroom. We wore the shawls as you did not listen to our verbal requests. Let all of us study like brothers and sisters. No need of taking things in hand in matters of Ganesh Pooja or Sharada Pooja.

“These six students are innocents. They are trained and made to give statements. There are vested interests behind this issue. Do not act in a manner wherein the whole Muslim community is looked down upon by the society. It is proved that CFI trained the six girl students. This issue is the creating of handful of people. We are not interested in spoiling the future of children,” he said.





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