By Rakhee Roytalukdar

Jaipur: A day after Rajasthan’s education minister suspended two government school teachers in Kota district for alleged involvement in religious conversions, Muslim organisations say the suspensions have been arbitrary and without proper enquiry.

State school education minister Madan Dilawar, a firebrand minister with a strong RSS background, has suspended two school teachers from a senior secondary government school in Raumavi Odhpur, Khajoori village in Sangod panchayat, for allegedly being involved in religious conversion of Hindu students into Islam and love jihads. Teachers namely Firoz Khan and Mirza Mujaheed have been suspended with immediate effect and investigations are on against the third teacher Shabana.

In a viral video, while warning of strict action against the teachers, Dilawar is seen as saying that while a Hindu girl’s name/religion was written as Islam in her Transfer Certificate, there was information about forceful conversions and love jihad in this school, being practised by these three teachers. He further says it has also been brought to his notice that girls are being made to recite namaz.

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