Geelani asks parents to avoid sending children to Army schools
Senior resistance leader Syed Ali Geelani has expressed apprehensions over the reports of mischievous activities of educational institutions run by forces, saying they are making children indifferent towards their religion and specific culture.
Geelani in a statement, while taking serious note of the trend, particularly in Kupwara and Baramulla districts, warned parents and urged to avoid these institutions. “For pity material gains, we are losing our next generation.”
Geelani said: “we should never send our youth to these institutions as we need to see what education these institutions are imparting to our children. For the betterment of our youngsters, instead do seek admission in other institutions of your choice, run by prominent and well-known organization.”
Geelani expressed deep apprehension over the education imparted by army administered institutions and said that a nation pursuing freedom struggle can never make occupiers the custodian of their future generations. They are killing, maiming and blinding us and how obsolete and obscure it is to trust these and handover our future into their custody.
“It is quite contradictory and there is no moral justification for this. Occupiers can never prove choicest custodians and can never provide better education, as they are inflicting unprecedented brutalities to our nation,” said Geelani.
“How can they take care and provide good education to our children as they are following particular mindset,” he questioned?