Dhanraj Gawli, Shajapur. A case of not giving entry to a student of Alphonsa Higher Secondary School, a private Christian school in Akodia police station area of Shajapur district of Madhya Pradesh, has come to light when he comes to the school after applying Tilak. The student alleges that he had reached the school wearing a tilak, then after stopping him at the gate, the school management asked the student to remove the tilak and come to the school tomorrow. When the student did not remove the tilak, the school teacher removed his tilak in the class and told him to consider Christian as God.
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On the other hand, as soon as the matter was known, the family members of the child, ABVP and activists of Hindu organizations went to the school and created a lot of ruckus. On which a large number of police force also reached the spot and pacified the matter. Later the school administration apologized and made all the children recite Hanuman Chalisa with prayer and Jai Shri Ram slogans were also raised in the whole school, only then the anger of all the children calmed down. But all the children are adamant on suspending and expelling both the teachers who had removed the tilak and those who told to believe in God of other religion. In view of security, a large number of police forces have been deployed in the school premises.
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Let us tell you that this is not the first case of controversy over Tilak in the school, such incidents have come to the fore from different districts of the state, where students have been prevented from coming to the school by applying Tilak on their forehead.
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