KARNATAKA: Headmistress of St. Gero School defends sacked teacher.

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The headmistress clarified that the teacher who was removed from her post for hurting Hindu sentiments was actually teaching a poem by Rabindranath Tagore in class VII.

Sister Anita, principal of St Girusa English Higher Primary School in Mangaluru, on Thursday changed her statement, claiming that her school teacher, who was accused of making derogatory remarks about Hinduism and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a recent incident, has been arrested. I was fired. He is innocent.

He said that he was fired only to avoid riots and protests. In his statement, he alleged that the charge against his teacher for making anti-Hindu comments seemed like a conspiracy and also revealed that he was pressured.

He alleged that the incident seems to be aimed at tarnishing the image of the school. The headmistress clarified that the teacher who was removed from her post for hurting Hindu sentiments was actually teaching a poem by Rabindranath Tagore in class VII. In his statement, he said, “The teacher did not say anything against the gods, but only explained to the students the meaning of Tagore’s poem ‘Work is worship’.”

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