Teacher suspended for letting students offer namaz in Indian school


Kolar (Karnataka, India), January 29 (KYA): The Education Department in the Indian territory of Karnataka has suspended an educator on charges of allowing understudies to offer namaz inside the school premises in the Kolar region.

S.M. Umadevi, the in-control headmistress of the Balechengappa Kannada Model Higher Primary School in Someshwarapalya, has been suspended by the Department of Public Instruction.

According to the Indian media, Hindu gatherings had caused uproar by entering the workplace of the headmistress and challenging the school recently for advancing a religion.

“It is the obligation of the instructors of government schools to teach a feeling of the public mix. Strict resistance, practices, and customs should be there. Nonetheless, by permitting understudies to perform namaz in one of the study halls ingrains a disruptive outlook,” the suspension request expressed.

The request added that the demonstration of the educator features neglect of obligation and carelessness on her part. This would adversely affect learning and will block the general advancement of the instructive establishment, it added.

The request additionally expressed that this direction of the instructor sometimes falls short for the nobility of an administration laborer, and is against the Karnataka Civil Conduct Rules 1966, Section 3 (I) (ii) and (iii). Thus, the choice has been made to start acting against the educator, it said.

Umadevi has been suspended until additional orders forthcoming a request. She has additionally been asked not to leave the area central command without authorization.

The video of around 20 understudies offering namaz inside a homeroom has turned into a web sensation via online media.