MP school thrusts Radical Islamist practices on students

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    Ganga Jamun Higher Secondary School in M.P. (Photo: News Intervention)

    In a shocking revelation, it has been discovered that students in a school in Madhya Pradesh were coerced into studying Islam. Those who refused to offer namaz were subjected to brutal beatings.

    A few days ago, Ganga Jamuna Higher Secondary School in Damoh district of Madhya Pradesh released a poster featuring the photos of the top-performing students. This poster sparked intense criticism on social media as it depicted Hindu and Jain topper girls wearing hijabs. The controversy escalated, leading to protests by various Hindu organizations in front of the Collector’s office, demanding strict action.

    Following the public outcry, an investigation was initiated on the orders of Home Minister Narottam Mishra. During a public event, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan himself assured the public that decisive action would be taken. Subsequent investigation revealed irregularities in the school, leading to its government recognition being revoked. While the legal proceedings are going on, again some disturbing details have emerged, pointing towards a conversion racket, as three female teachers of Ganga Jamuna H. S. School are identified as converted Muslims.

    Apart from that, it is revealed that students were compelled to wear hijabs, which the school administration referred to as an optional scarf. Additionally, students were forced to offer Namaz, and those who refused were brutally beaten by the administration. In a radicalizing environment, even the National Anthem was banned and replaced with an Islamic religious poem.

    Incidents like these are alarming manifestations of the philosophy of radicalization and Islamization that finds its roots in Gajhwa-e-Hind.

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