The teacher in question has since been suspended pending an investigation, with Head Teacher Gary Kibble apologising "unequivocally".
In an event held on Sunday evening, Kalyanaraman had allegedly delivered a hate speech against the Islamic community and the Prophet, which provoked communal tensions between the two groups.
When asked about the matter, BJP State vice-president, K Annamalai said it was up to the courts to decide if the comment made by Kalyanaraman was, indeed, inflammatory.
The action was taken after several people protested against the Facebook post, Purkazi police station sub-inspector Lekhraj Singh said.
Le Drian also met with Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the Grand Imam of Al-Azhar, the Sunni Muslim world’s foremost religious institution.
Muslim-majority countries across the world have been outraged by Macron’s refusal to condemn the publication or display of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
There have been weeks of tensions between France and Turkey, which reached a peak last weekend when Erdogan questioned the mental health of Macron.
France is still reeling from the latest attack in Nice which Macron has already described as "Islamist" terror.
The Belgian teacher, who works in the Brussels district of Molenbeek, showed one of the cartoons previously published by French magazine Charlie Hebdo
Macron had strongly defended secular values and the right to mock religion after a French schoolteacher, who had shown his class cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed
On its website, the party launched a fundraiser to "publish advertisements with the drawings of Charlie Hebdo in Danish newspapers."
Muslim-majority countries have been outraged by Macron’s remarks last week in which he refused to condemn the publication or showing of caricatures of Muhammad.
Muslim-majority countries have been outraged by French President Emmanuel Macron's remarks last week in which he refused to condemn the publication or showing of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad.
French goods have already been pulled from supermarket shelves in Qatar and Kuwait, among other Gulf states, in Syria people have burned pictures of Macron.
Several suspected Islamic radicals have been arrested in dozens of raids since the murder of teacher in Paris.