Minority Rights is not for asserting any kind of superiority; warns Kerala HC

via HK published on June 5, 2015

Kochi: Minority Rights is not for asserting any kind of superiority, but to ensure equality in society, declared High Court of Kerala.  Managements of educational institutions that have minority status will not be given unbridled freedom, observed the Court.

“The status granted is to ensure that the task of education is given a judicious stand. However, this status is not meant to be used to procure greater emoluments than majority community or to assert supremacy over, in society,” said the Court in a case related to the appointment of Headmistress in Sulla Mussalam Oriental High School, Malappuram.

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