Bengaluru: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Saturday May 28 said that the Government will take strict action if the law and order situation and Kannadigas are disturbed in State.
Speaking to mediapersons at his residence in RT Nagar here, he said that the Government strongly condemns the Maharashtra Ekikaran Samithi (MES) hooliganism in Belagavi. The police are taking appropriate action. A clear message has been sent that the Government will not tolerate if the law is taken into one’s own hands, he stressed.
Reacting to JD (S) and Congress’ demand to drop the Chairman of the Textbook Revision Committee, said a discussion will be held with Primary and Secondary Education Minister B. C. Nagesh in this regard.
Further, when mediapersons asked about the statements being made about the Pir Pasha Dargah and Anubhava Mantapa, he said, “I will seek a report on this. Such matters are examined not on the basis of statements but on the basis of documents,” he said.
Reacting to the Hijab row that has resurfaced in Mangaluru, he said that the issue was resolved through discussion at the syndicate meeting. The Court has given its verdict on the Hijab controversy. Everyone should follow the Court order. Where there is no College Development Committee (CDC) in pre-university colleges, the students must follow the orders of College Management or the Principal of the college. Therefore, the students in Universities act as per Syndicate decisions. The Syndicate will also have to stress on the Court’s order. Students should focus on education and not get involved in these controversies, he added.