Hubballi: Chalk-piece writings like Pakistan Zindabad on govt school wall create flutter


Team Udayavani, Feb 25, 2020, 10:18 AM IST

Hubballi: Chalk piece writings like “Pakistan Zindabad” and “Tipu Sultan Shale” (Tipu Sultan School) on the wall and door of a government school at a village in Hubballi in North Karnataka created a flutter on Monday, with locals staging a protest against it.

As teachers and students came to the school at Budarsingi village on Monday morning, they noticed the chalk-piece writings following which the Head Teacher reported the matter to police.

Locals staged a protest, expressing their anger against those involved and demanded their arrest.

Senior police and government officials visited the school and held discussions with teachers and village leaders, after which they dispersed. Police have registered the complaint and are investigating the incident.

Congress leader HK Patil condemned the incident and asked for culprits to be identified and punished soon.

“Anti-social elements are involved in these acts. The government has failed to identify these people and punish them. The culprits behind this act need to be identified and punished. This incident is unfortunate and the intelligence department should work to stop these kinds of incidents,” said Patil.

Recently, three students from Kashmir, studying at a private engineering college in Hubballi, were arrested on sedition charges for allegedly raising pro-Pakistan slogans and posting a video of it on a messaging platform.

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