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    Bandi Sanjay Kumar, Minister of State for Home Affairs, recently spoke out against religious discrimination in schools. He expressed his concerns while inaugurating a new building complex at Saraswathi Shishu Mandir School in Husnabad. Bandi criticized government policies that provide more funding to madrassas and missionary schools while neglecting institutions like SSM. He emphasized the importance of promoting and supporting educational institutions that inspire patriotism, culture, and tradition.

    Bandi pointed out the disparity in funding and facilities between different types of schools. He highlighted the long construction process for Shishu Mandir buildings compared to the quick completion of madrasa and missionary school buildings. Bandi lamented the loss of traditional dance forms in schools and criticized the neglect of Shishu Mandirs that promote patriotism and cultural values.

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    As a proud alumni of Saraswathi Shishu Mandir School, Bandi credited the institution for shaping his personality and instilling values that drive him to fight for people’s issues today. He expressed concern about small schools disappearing due to the influence of corporate institutions that prioritize profit over education. Bandi stressed the importance of preserving institutions like SSMS, which have produced successful individuals in various fields.

    During the inauguration event, Bandi was welcomed by students and officials from the school. He emphasized the need to protect Saraswathi Shishu Mandirs to continue nurturing students and upholding cultural values. The event was attended by local officials and community members, highlighting the support for educational institutions like SSM.

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