MP: Alleged conversion of 8 students, Vidisha's missionary school vandalized

Vidisha: A big news has come from the Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh. In fact, there has been a case of sabotage of activists of right-wing Hindu organizations in a missionary school (Vidisha missionary school vandalized) here. It is being told that those right-wing organizations have alleged that 8 students have been converted in the school, while the school administration has denied such allegations.

In the case, a local police officer (SDOP) Bharat Bhushan Sharma has said that a case has now been registered against unidentified persons under sections related to rioting and sabotage. Briefing about the matter, Bharat Bhushan Sharma said, "The demolition took place on the premises of St Joseph's School in Ganjbasauda, about 48 kilometres from Vidisha district headquarters. He has informed that the accused are being identified and appropriate action will be taken against them as per law. He also said that the property of the school was badly damaged in the incident and according to the people present on the spot, the agitators had also pelted stones at the school.

On the other hand, Vishwa Hindu Parishad official Nikesh Agarwal says that he protested peacefully and has also submitted a memorandum to the administration. "We have nothing to do with the alleged uproar as our protest was peaceful after informing the local administration. Several organisations have been protesting against the conversion for the past one week and demanding an inquiry into it. Poor students brought from other states are reportedly being converted.''

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