Councilor locks students in Christian School, New Delhi

Councilor locks students in Christian School, New Delhi

In a shocking incident in Delhi, Holy Child Auxilium School (Catholic), was locked up from outside by local Councilor, while the children were yet inside the school, alleging that the Nuns were carrying out conversion activities.

Her actions outraged the School authorities and parents, who were shocked at the impunity with which the Councilor acted, taking the law into her own hands, daring to lock up a school from outside during school-hours when thousands of children were inside the school. Parents of the children were called according to reports.

Located at Kair Road, Mitraon Village, Najafgarh, New Delhi, Holy Child Auxilium School, is a catholic Minority Institution established in 1970 and run by the Salesian sisters.  It is an English Medium School and though meant primarily for Christian girls, it admits children of other communities and religions.  It is recognized by the Directorate of Education, Delhi Administration and affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education, Delhi.

Church, pray for peace and protection of God in all Christian Institutions – Schools, Colleges, Hospitals, Orphanages and Old Age homes.

 



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