Admission of children in missionary school only after erasing Tilak: parents angry, student council clash with police during demonstration

Sudhir Dandotia, Bhopal / Sehore. Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad demonstrated on Friday against the non-governmental St. Ann’s Senior Secondary School management of the city. Parents also participated in the protest and expressed their anger. The school management is accused of issuing an order to the children studying in the school without applying Tilak and without tying Kalava on their wrists.

St. Ann’s school management, which has been in controversies due to its Hitler’s decrees, has issued another Tughlaqi decree, in which children have been banned from coming wearing tilak and tying kalava. Even a day ago, the children were allowed to sit in the class only after removing the tilak on their heads, and then their wrists were also opened.

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When the student council came to know about it, many activists of the council staged a strong protest in the school on Friday. During this, sloganeering was also done. Seeing the uproar in the school, the responsible officials of the school management closed the main gate. Management was seen avoiding speaking anything in the matter. The student council’s demonstration was going on till the news was written.

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