Terror of Bajrang Dal: Hindutva goons vandalise school alleging conversions of 8 students

Bajrang Dal members pelted stones at a school in Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh. The Bajrang Dal goons along with the local people pelted stones on the school continuously. The miscreants have accused the school administration of converting eight children.

Let us inform that in the past, the case of conversion of 8 children of St. Joseph’s School came to the fore. In a photo posted on social media, children were said to be converted to Christians by sprinkling water on them. Security was beefed up at other missionary schools and churches in Ganjbasoda since the incident.

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The school manager has accused the police and administration that even after prior information about the siege of the school, proper arrangements were not made by the police and administration for security. Let us inform that at the time when stones were being pelted, the examination of class 12th students was going on inside St Joseph’s School. About 14 children were giving the exam. At the same time, the children were very scared at the time of the vandalism in the school. At the same time, almost all the school staff was present in the school during this incident.

The school management has completely denied the conversion of children in any way in the school. Bajrang Dal has also demanded an inquiry into the conversion case and has demanded the harshest punishment for those who convert. Along with this, questions have also been raised about the land of St. Joseph’s School.

At the same time, a statement of Nilesh Agarwal, a local leader of Bajrang Dal, has also surfaced in the media. In which the leader of the organization has demanded an inquiry into the alleged conversion case in the school, saying that if the school administration is found involved in the conversion, then the school should be demolished by running a bulldozer.

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