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RSS school makes students re-enact Babri demolition

RSS school makes students re-enact Babri demolition

Bengaluru: Promoting harmony in educational institutes is the most crucial action to be incorporated amidst the nation falling apart, while the nation has accepted the Apex court’s verdict in Ayodhya Titlesuit case, an RSS functionary made its students re-enact the demolition of the Babri Masjid as a part of school programme.

The students of a private school run by an RSS functionary were made to do programme in Karnataka, News18 reports.

The video footage of the event has gone viral on social media which shows a bunch of students dressed in white and saffron rushing towards the huge Babri Masjid poster amid chants of ‘Shree Ram Chandra Ki Jai’ and ‘Bharat Mata ki Jai’.

The school is run by an influential RSS leader under Trust of Kalladka Prabhakar Bhat who is also an executive member of the right-wing organisation’s south-central region.

A background voice recalling the 1992 incident can be heard in the video.

The school’s event ‘Kreedotsava’ had Union Minister of Chemicals and Fertilisers, DV Sadananda Gowda, and Puducherry Lieutenant Governor Kiran Bedi as the chief guests at the Sri Rama Vidya Kendra at Kalladka near Mangalore held on Sunday.

“A school in Karnataka run by an RSS leader is making its students re-enact the demolition of the Babri Masjid. This is the future of education in India when the RSS-BJP takeover of our society is complete. And this is why it’s our duty to resist,” tweeted Srivatsa YB, the national campaign in-charge of Indian Youth Congress.

Speaking about the programme, Congress spokesperson VS Ugrappa said the agenda of the programme was “to impress upon the Hindus.”

“All such performances enabled the school to ensure all its 3,800+ school children participate in the annual festival of Sri Rama Vidya kendra, Kalladka village, near Mangalore,” she added.

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