Navi Mumbai: St. Augustine School at Nerul is forcing the students to read Bible, sing Christian prayers and songs. Shiv Sena has warned that if the management of the school does not take proper action against the concerned, the party will start agitations.
Shri. Uttam Yadav, the zonal chief of the party has alleged that the school in Sector 11, Nerul charges a very high fee and forces Christianity on students. The local residents are also demanding that instead of reading Bible and praying to Jesus, the school should teach students national anthem, oath, Vande Mataram and inculcate moral values in children.
Source: ‘Dainik Sanatan Prabhat’
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