Hindu Terrorist Group Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh Opens Military School For Youth In India

Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) is a Hindu nationalist and terrorist group in India which advocates for the creation of a “pure Hindu ethnostate” and has supported violence against Christians and Muslims. According to S-News India, the RSS has opened its first ever military school in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh for youth.

The first army school of Rashtriya Swayamseva Sangha with 160 students has been built in Uttar Pradesh. Every student will be trained to join the army at an RSS-run school in Bulandshahr.

It is learned that the school has been named after former RSS chief Rajendra Singh alias Raju Bhaiya as Raju Bhaiya Sainik Vidyamandir. According to the CBSC syllabus, classes from sixth to twelfth will be taught in army schools. Ajay Goyal, regional convener of Vidya Bharati Institute of Higher Education in Western Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, said that although the first RSS army school had been set up in Uttar Pradesh, there were plans to open more schools in different parts of the country later. He also said that the RSS had contacts with several army officers. Their advice will also be taken for army training of students in the school. The army school, with its RSS hostel, was scheduled to start its academic year in April this year, but has so far been postponed due to the novel Corona. (source)

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