St Joseph's School in Chhattisgarh expelled Pandit student for this reason
St Joseph's School in Chhattisgarh expelled Pandit student for this reason

Raipur: A flame broke out at St Joseph's Higher Secondary School in the Kanker district of Chhattisgarh on Thursday (October 21, 2021). In fact, the school has been accused of insulting Hinduism. The controversy is over the crest of a student studying in the same school. The student studying in Class 10 alleged that he was asked to come to the school after cutting long tail. According to media reports, the victim's name is Ansh Tiwari. Ansh's family members have alleged that his son has not been allowed to enter the school for 2 days.

The principal of the school is Named Jomon PT. When the family spoke at the school, they were asked to cut the long tail first. The family members alleged that their son Ansh Tiwari has been tortured several times in the school due to his long tail. The principal has reportedly asked the student to cut off the long tail. In response, the student categorically refused to cut it as a symbol of his religion. The angry principal had thrown the student out of the school. St Joseph's School is located in the Bhanu Pratappur area of Kanker. When the entire matter came to the notice of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha, many workers went to school. They put the saffron flag in the principal's room. At the same time, started shouting Jai Shri Ram on the school premises.

BJYM district president Raja Pandey was leading the group. According to Raja Pandey, complaints from St. Joseph's School had been received for the past 7-8 years. In the past, there have been derogatory remarks on Hindu deities in that school. The religious sentiments of Hindu students are also attacked many times. This is the BJP's agitation against this. Local SDM Jitendra Yadav has said that a consensus has been reached between the school management and the rest of society. Further, the school management will continue to inform the family members about each case. The management of the school has been advised not to come forward with such a complaint. At the same time, he also said that action will be taken if this is done again by the school management.

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