MP: Sabotage missionary school! Home Minister says, '4 accused arrested'

Vidisha: A case of sabotage of activists of right-wing Hindu organisations has come to light at a missionary school in Vidisha district of Madhya Pradesh. Home Minister Narottam Mishra 's statement has also come to light. In fact, he said today, Tuesday, "the government is getting the government to investigate those involved in conversion activities. However, 4 persons have been arrested in the case. '

According to information received in the case, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, Bajrang Dal people attacked the school on Monday accusing St Joseph's School in Ganj Basuda of Vidisha of converting 8 children. The 12th class students were reportedly appearing for the exam. In fact, in this case, the missionary school has categorically rejected the conversion and lodged a complaint with the district collector. The VHP and Bajrang Dal are said to have declared demonstrations and sieges against the alleged conversion. Earlier, the matter was avoided by the police as a minor matter, but the protesters broke through the gate and wall and entered the school campus.

They then broke the chair and the pot, the car parked there and the glass of the building. The children's examination was said to be going on in the school during the uproar. In the Case of Vais, Hindu organisations alleged that on October 30, 8 girl students were secretly converted to St. Joseph's School by performing Christianity. As soon as the news came out, there has been a lot of excitement about it. Let me tell you that a day before this uproar, many social organizations had given memoranda demanding action.

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