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Cachar administration stops functioning of RSS education camp

Silchar, November 2: Mohammad Wadiul Islam, megistrate of Lakhipur subdivision, along with a team of police personnel and CRPF held up the functioning of a camp for about four hours at Nehru Higher Secondary School in Pailapool organized by Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) alleging the organizers of violating the law by conducting the camp without taking the requisite permission from the district administration on Sunday. It should be mentioned here that the Camp which started on October 30, is an eight day affair and has more than 200 people from various parts of the district and around 40 teachers participating in the programme. It has been learnt from reliable sources that the camp had been organized after taking the permission of Kabiluddin Ahmed, inspector of schools. The officials of district administration said that the organizers had not informed the security agencies about the camp which is being attended by such a large number of people from various parts of the district. It was further pointed out that the district administration had clamped section 144 in Cachar to maintain law and order in view of Durga puja, Muharram and other religious festivals which is why organizing such a camp without the permission of security agencies is a violation of law. Ashok Biswas, a senior functionary of RSS Cachar district unit, said that in the eight day ‘Sangha Shiksha Varg’ camp is being conducted to teach physical education. The trainees are being given lectures on Hindu values and traditions by the teachers. The course structure has constantly been updated over the years and newer topics like environment protection have been introduced. Biswas added to say that similar camps are being organized in Irongmara and Katigorah. He categorically ruled out the rumours as per which political issues were being discussed in the camp. “As it is an educational camp so we took permission from the office of the inspector of schools. If more permissions were needed for the programme, the district administration should have intervened before the camp started,” Biswas pointed out. The functioning of the camp, however resumed, after the intervention of P K Gupta, circle officer of the subdivision, who took the initiative to contact the departments concerned and the senior functionaries and members of the Sangh. P K Gupta was instructed by S Viswanathan to look into the matter. The circle officer brushed aside the issue calling it a case of misunderstanding between the district administration and the organizers. (Source: SentinelAssam)

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