After campaigning against Azaan and Hijab, Hindu groups now campaign for national anthem of India in Madrassas

A file Photo shows Muslim students in Madrassa as they recite verses of holy Quraan.

Bengaluru: After campaigning and agitations against azaan, hijab and ban on Muslim merchants in temples, the Hindu groups have started campaigning for India’s national anthem in Islamic seminaries in Karnataka.

The Hindu groups have come together to demand the implementation of the rule of making singing of national anthem of India compulsory in madrassas before commencing classes. The campaign has been taken up on social media, news agency IANS reported.

The model has been implemented in Uttar Pradesh and now, the Hindu groups want it to be implemented in Karnataka, the report said.

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