Hyderabad. In a shocking incident indicating that Missionaries are brainwashing minor Hindu students. Methodist Rural High School (MRHS), a private aided school in Zaheerabad in the Sangareddy district of Telangana has been found to be allegedly indulging in religious conversion of its students.
This comes to light after a video of a child from the school has been making the rounds on social media platforms. In the video, the child is seen to be saying that he studies at the Methodist Rural High School in Zaheerabad. The school is located next to the church. The child says he stays in the school hostel in the same place.
When asked if he goes home during the weekends, especially Sundays, he replies, “Though we wish to go home on Sundays, they do not allow us to go. They take us to the church on Sundays by telling us that they are taking us to the temple”.
The child continues to say that, at the church they make the students sing songs and then at 10 AM they are served some chicken following which prayer begins. He also sings the song that they sing at the church – a Christian prayer song in Telugu.
Legal Rights Protection Forum posted on social media platform X that they had lodged a complaint with Priyank Kanoongo, the Chairperson of the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights and seeking cancellation of recognition given to the School in Telangana. An FIR also has been filed by the organisation against the management for brainwashing minor Hindu students and converting them to Christianity.
As per complaint, copy accessed by ‘The Commune’ said, “We are enclosing the video statement of a minor Hindu student studying at Methodist Rural High School, Zaheerabad, Sangareddy District, Telangana. He can be seen stating that his school management is taking Hostel students residing to the Church by falsely telling them that they are being taken to the Hindu Temple. Students irrespective of religion are being forced to learn & sing Christian songs. It is known that the school management is neither informing the parents nor obtaining any consent from them to take their children to Church.