West Bengal Government serves notice to 125 schools for promoting religious intolerance

Posted on by Saurav Khanduri

West Bengal Government serves notice: West Bengal Government serves notice 125 schools in West Bengal have been served show cause notice by the state government for promoting religious intolerance. The state’s Education Minister Partha Chaterjee said that out of the 125 schools, 96 had not obtained NOC objection certification from the government.  He further said that serving notice to schools is the initial step of investigation following a complaint against the schools for allegedly promoting religious intolerance.

West Bengal Government serves notice to 125 schools for promoting religious intolerance

West Bengal Government serves notice: Education department is inquiring into the charges against such schools

“This is a genuine complaint and the school education department is inquiring into the charges against those schools. I have to mention that 5 of these schools have permissions from previous government but 96 do not have an NOC. They are running without required permission,” he said after confirming that the notices have been sent.

West Bengal Government serves notice to 125 schools for promoting religious intolerance

West Bengal Government serves notice:  RSS claims, 300 schools are run by their trust, says Chaterjee

The state government is being accused of targeting Hindu schools for appeasement politics.”I was informed that the RSS website claims that 300 schools are run by their trust in west Bengal. If that is the case, then we will identify those schools. If they are found to be in line with the claim of the RSS then everything will be stopped and nobody will be allowed to teach on religious doctrine,” Chatterjee told the media.

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