Aligarh: The Hindu Jagaran Manch has cautioned schools in Uttar Pradesh’s Aligarh to not to observe Christmas.
According to the individuals from the Hindu outfit, observing Christmas is a stage towards religious change.
Influence the mindset of understudies when taking toys and blessing to schools was charged by Sonu Savita, the ‘Mahanagar’ leader of Hindu Jagaran Manch.
Addressing ANI, Savita stated, “We have coordinated the schools not to force Christian festivals to Hindu children in light of the fact that these activities in a roundabout way prompt religious change. These exercises additionally influence the understudies’ mental condition.”
Savita additionally cautioned the schools, in the event that they proceed such exercises, the outfit will challenge the schools.
“Starting at now we have asked for the schools to take after the mandates, be that as it may, such exercises don’t stop we will dissent. The Hindu Jagaran Manch trusts that it falls under the class of transformation if Hindus are stifled for joining such sort of such projects, at that point, we will make a legitimate move against it,” included Savita.