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Vidisha (Madhya Pradesh) [India], December 7 (ANI): A mob destroyed a municipal school during a Standard 12 student CBSE board exam in the Vidisha district on Monday after allegations of student conversion at school surfaced. The subdivision of the peace judge has informed that all children are safe.
SDM Roshan Rai told the media that police officers were stationed for school safety and that all employees, including nuns, were safe.
“Police officers have been stationed. All children are safe. Nuns are here, they are also safe. Senior police officers from the local police station are also present,” he said. ..
Brother Antony, the school manager of St. Joseph’s School in Gandhi Basoda, told the media that a letter was circulated claiming that the conversion of students was taking place at the school.
“A letter was circulated in the name of our school that eight Hindu students had converted to Christianity. The student names in the letter will not be studied here. October 31st. The date was stated in a letter on Sunday when there were no students. Or the teacher reports to the school. These students are not studying at our school. I have information on such students. I don’t have it, “he said.
The manager also said he had informed police police and justice of the peace the same thing.
“I informed SP and DM about this issue, but the incident was still happening,” he said.
However, Deputy Police Officer Bharat Bhushan Sharma claimed that “appropriate” arrangements were made to provide safety to schools and employees.
“We made appropriate police arrangements and tried to stop the vandalism case,” he said.
Nilesh Agrawal, who claims to be a Hindu community leader, warned of further protests when schools tried to hide their students. (ANI)
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