Doda students protest anti- India diktat by teachers

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    cobra commando Tharki regiment Veteran Member Senior Member

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    Doda, August 18
    May sound bizarre, but teachers in a government school of Doda district in the Jammu region have issued a diktat to the students strictly telling them not to sing the national anthem in the morning assembly. While waving of Pakistani and IS flags and raising of pro-freedom and pro-Pakistan slogans, largely confined to Kashmir, were the handiwork of separatists and others of their ilk, the diktat by government teachers has sent the district administration into a tizzy, which has ordered a probe. Unable to digest anti-India diktat, a massive protest was staged by students of Government Higher Secondary School at Bhagwah on Tuesday against the schoolteachers, who are not allowing them to sing the national anthem. Some teachers, who harbour secessionist mindset, were objecting to the singing of the national anthem during the morning assembly. The incident infuriated the students, who today came out on the roads in a large number and started raising slogan against teachers, who are stopping them from singing the national anthem. The angry students demanded strict legal action against the teachers. “Some of these teachers have thrashed our fellow students and also misbehaved with them for singing national anthem in the morning assembly. We cannot sing our national anthem in the school and it has been now more than two years that the diktat had been thrust upon us.

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