Muslim students made to sit outside in Indore

As the class 12 students were already frustrated with the exams during the Covid-19, they were also subjected to communal hatred and alleged to be spreading Covid-19. When Muslim students reached the school they were stopped by the school staffs at the entry point and was denied entry in the examination hall. And they were made to sit outside in this extreme temperature. The parents of the students pleaded with the school authorities but such pleadings got unheard altogether. This incident reported from “Bangali School” located in Navlakha area of Indore, Madhya Pradesh, the Centre superintendent of the school claimed that this was a preventive measure as the Muslim students had come from red zone. However, Dainik Jagran, quoting several people at the exam centre, said many Hindu students from red zone were allowed to sit in halls.

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Source of information News Report Place of incident School
Number of victims 20 Identity of victim Muslims
Location of incident School Was cross FIR filed No
perpetrator Organizational Other public institutions Details of the FIR

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Role of police Unsatisfactory Current status Not known
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Date of incident: June 10, 2020
Nature of Violence
  • Discrimination in Education
  • Causal factors
  • Access to public spaces/institutions
  • Name of the victim : Muslim Studentss
    Name of Perpetrator
    State Madhya Pradesh
    District/City Indore
    Party In Power / Incidents BJP - Bharatiya Janata Party
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