Panvel : Ploy to convert Hindu students through advertisement by DPS

Education Minister issues orders to conduct inquiry into Delhi Public School
and take action, after representation submitted by HJS and Sanatan Sanstha

From left : Education Minister Shri. Vinod Tawade, MLA Shri Narendra Pawar, Shri. Abhay Vartak

Nagpur : Delhi Public School, a famous school from Nerul, Panvel has published an advertisement for admission in that school wherein a small girl has been shown in the attire worn by a Christian nun like Mother Teresa and a sentence is written in English that ‘A school which does not teach how to create empathy for others but it creates empathy in you’; thus trying to encourage conversions. Hindu Janajagruti Samiti (HJS) has, therefore, demanded, through a representation, that the management of Delhi Public School should immediately withdraw the advertisement and render apology; registration of schools which encourage conversions through such advertisements should be cancelled and checking should be done even in other Christian schools. The representation was submitted to State Education Minister Shri. Vinod Tawade on 15th December who issued orders to conduct inquiry into Delhi Public School and to take action, if necessary. (Thanks to Education Minister Shri. Tawade for taking note of the representation and issuing inquiry orders ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat) Shri. Arvind Pansare, the spokesperson of HJS for Maharashtra, its Vidarbha District Coordinator Shri. Shrikant Pisolkar and Sanatan Sanstha’s spokesperson Shri. Abhay Vartak met the Minister for submitting representation.

It has been stated in the representation that ‘It is always said that our country is governed on the principle of secularism; therefore, showing a picture related to a particular religion emphasizing its importance through an advertisement is in a way encouraging conversions. Many parents also feel that it is creating wrong ‘sanskars’ on students’ innocent minds. Empathy is not a speciality of any religion. There have been many great personalities in India who worked in social and education fields; but they never used their activities for spread of their religion. It is also an attempt to glorify Mother Teresa who exploited poor people through her organization and converted them. Her associates from this and other countries have written books about the same; therefore, her picture should be immediately removed; else, parents would stage movement against the same.

Panvel : Ploy to convert Hindu students through advertisement by DPS

  • O Hindus, decide whether to make your children ‘Christian’ by admitting them in such schools !
  • Remember that secularists opposing ‘Study of Yoga’ in schools, keep mum regarding this !

Panvel : A small girl is shown in a nun’s attire in an advertisement displayed for the admission from nursery to 8th standard in the ‘Delhi Public School’. This has exposed anti-Hindu Christians’ hidden plan of conversion. (Generally student is shown as a doctor, engineer or an advocate in an advertisement of any educational institution. It appears from this advertisement that, ‘Be a ‘nun’ taking education in this school’ is the message. This is a proof that Hindus are being ‘Christanised’ mentally in Convent schools, Hindus are converted ! Will the administration take a note of this ? – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)

There is also a sentence in the advertisement, ‘A school where compassion is not taught, it is evoked’. (Publicising that Christianity is a symbol of compassion and peace is clearly a hypocrisy. There are innumerable evidences showing Christians waging wars in the name of religion, causing atrocities on ladies abroad, barbarous treatment given to Hindus for refusing conversion which expose their false publicity of being compassionate ! – Editor, Dainik Sanatan Prabhat)

Devout Hindus have demanded an explanation from the educational institution asking it to take back this advertisement creating doubt in the minds about their intention of attracting children by showing a small girl in a nun’s attire. A warning on behalf of devout Hindus saying, ‘If such a picture creating doubt in the minds of students is not removed then Hindu parents will think whether to admit their children into your school’, is given to the institution.

Source : Dainik Sanatan Prabhat