HJS submits memorandum for imposing a ban on forcing Hindu students to learn Bible in convent schools

Memorandum at Sangli, Palus, Vita, and Shirol

I will personally follow up on the memorandum submitted by HJS ! – Dr. Archana Patil, additional tehsildar, Sangli

Sangli’s additional Tehsildar Dr Archana Patil (on right) receiving the memorandum from Smt Madhura Tophkhane and Mrs Amruta Indolikar

Sangli :  It is wrong to forcefully teach Bible in schools. I will personally follow up on the memorandum submitted by Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS), promised Dr Archana Patil, the additional Tehsildar of Sangli. ‘Clarence High School’ a convent in Karnataka had made it compulsory for students to learn Bible. In this background, convent schools from all over the country should be prohibited from forcefully teaching Bible to Hindu students, is the demand made by HJS through a memorandum submitted to Dr Archana Patil on the 6th of May 2022, which is addressed to the Central Education Minister, when she expressed the above views. Smt Madhura Tophkhane of HJS and Mrs Amruta Indolikar, a devout Hindu were present on the occasion.

Tehsildar Niwas Dhane of Palus (on left) receiving the memorandum from Mr Bhimrao Khot of HJS and other devout Hindus

1. Mr Bhimrao Khot and other devout Hindus viz. Mr Sharad Patil, Mr Ganesh Buchade, and Akshay Salunkhe handed over the memorandum to Tehsildar Niwas Dhane at Palus.

Naib Tehsildar Santosh Bute received the memorandum from HJS activists at Vita

2. Mrs Jayashree Vedpathak, Mrs Alka Rokade, and Mrs Padma Chothe of HJS submitted the memorandum to Naib tehsildar Santosh Bute at Vita.

Naib Tehsildar Yogesh Jamdade (on left) received the memorandum from Mr Sanjay Ghatage and Mr Annasaheb Warekar, at Shirol Dist. Kolhapur)

3. Naib Tehsildar Yogesh Jamdade of Shirol (Dist Kolhapur) was handed over the memorandum by Mr Sanjay Ghatage and Mr Annasaheb Warekar of HJS. On receiving the memorandum, Mr Jamdade said, “I study all religions. The followers of religions wrongly interpret the original teachings of their religion.”

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