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Govt schools create Naxals: Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

Monday, 03 October 2016 14:22

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<span id="advenueINTEXT" name="advenueINTEXT">At a time when both the
Centre and the Odisha government is trying hard to resolve the Italian
hostage crisis, spiritual..
<span id="advenueINTEXT" name="advenueINTEXT">At a time when both the
Centre and the Odisha government is trying hard to resolve the Italian
hostage crisis, spiritual guru and the Art of Living founder Sri Sri
Ravi Shankar has labeled the government schools as the breeding grounds
for the Naxals.
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Holding the uncaring attitude and mismanagement of the government-run
schools responsible for turning out a large number of home-grown rebels,
the spiritual guru even advised the government that it should not run
any school and should depute the responsibility to some other
institution or system.
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"It's often seen that boys from government schools are into Naxalism and
violence. Those from the private education system are not into these
things. They move ahead with an ideal (adarsh) and teachers are
responsible for it," he was quoted as saying by media reports on
Wednesday.<br><br>







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The rather bold statement made by Sri Sri, who is largely seen as a
non-controversial and highly revered figure in the country, is likely to
baffle both the Centre and the Odisha government, which is trying hard
to end the Italian hostage crisis at the earlist.
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His remarks come nearly a week after two Italians - Puri-based tour
operator Paolo Bosusco and tourist Claudio Colangelo - were abducted
while trekking in Kandhamal district on March 14. <br><br>







The two men had driven down from Puri and entered a forested area in
spite of being warned by the Daringibadi police about the presence of
Maoists.
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A driver and cook who were accompanying them and their vehicle were released by the Maoists subsequently.</span>
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