Srinagar, May 05 : Syed Ali Geelani blamed Goodwill schools for indoctrination of valley students and said that the institutions run by armies are making them indifferent towards their religion and specific culture. Geelani while taking serious note of this trend, warned parents and urged to avoid these institutions. For pity material gains, we are loosing our next generation, said Geelani and asked parents to watch and be careful about their future.
In a statement issued to KNS, Syed Ali Geelani said that 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, said Geelani.
Geelani expressed his deep apprehension over the reports of mischievous activities of these Goodwill institutions run by forces 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, said Geelani. 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, asked Geelani?
Goodwill schools are part of their long-term policy to strengthen occupation, said Geelani and they are psychologically preparing our new generation to accomplish their nefarious designs, asserted Geelani.
Our youngsters are resisting occupation and giving them tough fight, said Geelani and preferably these institutions will definitely influence their way of thinking. Those Children pursuing education in these institutions are immature and as such unintentionally deviating from their roots, said Geelani. Islam and its fundamentals are dear to us and It is all against the teachings of Islam and cherished ethics we are following, added Geelani.
Referring to RSS ideology, Geelani said that Delhi is anxious to see their country as” Hindu Rashtra” as such are following RSS viewpoint and these schools are following syllabus influenced by same fanatical dogma, said Geelani.
We have best education system in our state and experts are imparting standard education to students, as such parents are requested to take care about this grave matter and disassociate from these fanatical institutions, said Geelani. He asked parents to avoid these institutions and take upright and proper decision about their children.
Meanwhile, Syed Ali Geelani expressed his deep grief over the death of a driver during Kallora Shopian crackdown. Geelani blamed forces for his death and said that forces are responsible as an unarmed driver was forcibly put to services to ferry army men.
Forces version is incredible and hard to believe, said Geelani. How can we believe that said driver was killed in shootout, while as forces personnel escaped unhurt?
Force always in their revengeful practice target civilians and most probably he is the victim of same forces strategy, said Geelani.
Geelani strongly condemned the use of excessive forces against civilians and ransacking of properties during massive crackdown in Shopian and said that authorities have let loose the reign of terror and instead of making these elements accountable for their wrongdoings, are encouraged.
Geelani in his statement condemned the night raids and ransacking of properties in Qutb Din Pora in Srinagar and blamed police for declaring war on civilians and said that they are pursuing the agenda of Indian forces.
Accusing police for manhandling civilians, Geelani said that they too are acting as harsh as Indian forces are doing.
Geelani warned state police and asked to desist from this bullying. Police men are part of this society and should not indulge in such brutal activities, that may prove otherwise, added Geelani. (KNS)