PIILBHIT: The suspension of Uttar Pradesh primary school headmaster over an Allama Muhammad Iqbal song has been temporarily revoked.\n\n\n\nAccording to The Indian Express reports, the Basic Shiksha Adhikari (BSA) or Basic Education Officer of Pilibhit district on Saturday revoked the suspension of 45-year-old Mohammad Furqan Ali on 'humanitarian grounds.' \n\n\n\n Ali Got Transferred \n\n\n\nAli got transferred to a different school, which is about 10km from his old school and will discharge duty as a teacher which means he would no longer be a headmaster.\n\n\n\n\u201cI have received a WhatsApp message from the (education) department asking me to report for duty as headmaster at the Bakhtawar Lal Primary School in Bisalpur. It said I was being reinstated with a strict warning,\u201d Ali told The Telegraph.\n\n\n\nAlso ReadHM sacked for making pupils sing Iqbal\u2019s poem\n\n\n\n\u201cI want to ask the government whether it\u2019s serious about running the Gayaspur school, which is on the verge of closure because of the students\u2019 absence. I\u2019m not happy with this decision. Can they bring the students back to my previous school without me?\u201d\n\n\n\nHe added: \u201cI\u2019m sad about my students and am thinking of not joining the new school. If the students of Gayaspur refuse to study without me, I\u2019m not ready to join another school, either.\u201d\n\n\n\n Ali Got Punished \n\n\n\nAli was punished after being accused by the local Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) and Bajrang leaders for making students recite the song \u201cLab Pe Aati Hai Dua Banke Tamanna Meri\u201d at the morning assembly that is a regular in many schools.\n\n\n\nThe VHP complaint led to an inquiry that revealed that the children in the school usually sang the poem during the morning assembly.\n\n\n\nAli- A Popular Man\n\n\n\nAli, who joined the school in 2011 is popular among students, parents and even some members of the local administration.\n\n\n\nAccording to the Indian Express, around 30 students at the Gayaspur Primary School protested on campus and raised slogans saying, \u201cDesh ki Raksha Kaun Karega? Hum Karenge (Who will protect the country? We will)\u201d and \u201cKaise Karenge? Tann Se Karenge, Mann Se Karenge, Dhan Se Karenge (We will do it with our mind, our body and our wealth).\u201d\n\n\n\nThey also told the newspaper that the song they had, in fact, sung the patriotic \u2018Saare Jahan Se Aahcha\u2019, penned by the poet Mohammad Iqbal in 1904.