After Amulya, Arudra, now Karnataka school wall screams pro-Pakistan slogans
24, Feb 2020, 7:07 PM IST
Bengaluru: Pro-Pakistan slogans were scribbled on the wall of a government school in Karnataka's Hubbali causing tension among natives. Tipu Sultan Shaale and Pakistan Zindabad were written on the walls and doors of the higher primary school in Budarsingi village when the teachers and students came to school.
Following this, villagers staged a protest demanding strict action against those who wrote anti-national slogans.
"The headmaster of the school noticed the slogans written on the walls and doors, and he informed us. We will investigate the matter based on the complaint," said DSP Hatti. The slogans were written in Kannada language.
"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.