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Co-education will affect country’s culture, says IUML leader

Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) leader and former MLA Abdurahiman Randathani has said teaching boys and girls together will influence the culture of the country.

He opened a protest rally organized by the United Democratic Front (UDF) for the Kannur Collectorate on Tuesday, highlighting issues such as “backdoor appointments, unholy nexus between the CPI(M) and drug mafia, inflation and education policy”.

“Women play a major role in education. Indeed, they have achieved great success. But it wasn’t through co-education,” he noted.

“It is said that society will change enormously if boys and girls study together. However, they are taught topics related to sexual satisfaction and others,” he said.

He went on to say that the constitution considers men and women equal. But the constitution also emphasizes the protection of each person’s faith, Mr Randathani said.

He later defended his speech, saying he was against “perversely reforming the curriculum”. Sex education should not be imposed, he added.

Mr. Randathani said that the change in school hours would affect education in Madrasa.

Earlier he attacked the LDF government “for neglecting unemployment and poverty”.

UDF District Chairman PT Mathew, District Congress Committee Chairman Martin George, Kannur Corporation Mayor TO Mohanan and other Congress and IUML leaders spoke.

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