Rajasthan Education Minister Madan Dilawar Takes Stand Against Alleged Conversion & Love Jihad In Schools

Rajasthan Education Minister Madan Dilawar Takes Stand Against Alleged Conversion & Love Jihad In Schools

Speaking to the media in Jodhpur on Sunday, Dilawar mentioned that action has been taken against three teachers in the school of Khajuri Odpur village in Kota district.

Manish GodhaUpdated: Sunday, February 25, 2024, 07:53 PM IST
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Rajasthan's Education and Panchayati Raj Minister Madan Dilawar | X

On the issue of alleged conversion and love jihad, Rajasthan's Education and Panchayati Raj Minister, Madan Dilawar, has stated that schools will not be allowed to become centres for religious conversion and love jihad.

Speaking to the media in Jodhpur on Sunday, Dilawar mentioned that action has been taken against three teachers in the school of Khajuri Odpur village in Kota district. These teachers allegedly wrote "Muslim" in the religion column of a Hindu girl, and students were reportedly pressured to offer Namaz.

Dilawar expressed concern, stating, "This is a conspiracy of religious conversion, and we will not allow this to continue. Schools will not be allowed to become a centre for religious conversion or love jihad. Whether it is a teacher or a child, action will be taken against them."

Recently, a case of alleged forced Namaz offering and religious conversion surfaced in the government school of Khajuri Odpur village in Kota district. In response to this incident, the Education Department suspended two teachers, Firoz and Mirza Mujahid, while the female teacher Shabana was removed from the school.

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