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Appeasement galore: ​School timings for the month of Ramzan revised in Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh, work hours of Muslim employees reduced in Telangana

“Appeasement galore: ​School timings for the month of Ramzan revised in Karnataka & Andhra Pradesh, work hours of Muslim employees reduced in Telangana”, Opindia, March 13, 2024:

“Congress-ruled Karnataka and YSRCP-ruled Andhra Pradesh have changed the timings of schools to suit the schedule of Muslim students observing a fast for the month of Ramzan.

As per reports, the Karnataka Directorate of Urdu and Other Minority Language Schools issued a circular modifying the Ramzan hours for Urdu primary and high schools from 8 am to 12:45 pm.

The Andhra Pradesh School Education Department has ordered a similar change in timings for Urdu-medium schools. Schools will now open from 8 am to 1:30 pm from 12th March to 10th April.

This comes after the Minority Teachers’ Association in Andhra Pradesh urged authorities to consider the requirements of children marking Ramzan…..”

Read the full article at Opindia.com

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