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UP school allegedly instructs students to sport ‘Yogi haircut’

Apr 28, 2017 05:37 IST
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In a weird incident in the Sardar area of Meerut inUttar Pradesh, a school has been accused of forcing its students to get a ‘Yogi haircut’, similar to that of UP chief minister Yogi Adityanath. The decision taken by the Rishabh Academy School has led to resentment among the student’s parents who are now alleging that the decision is being forced upon their children. Alleging the school of religious discrimination, a parent has asserted that non-vegetarian food items have also been banned by the school. Denying these allegations the school secretary Ranjeet Jain said, that he merely asked students to be properly dressed and get a ‘Fouji haircut’ which is a decent haircut rather than a ‘Yogi haircut’ while attending school. The matter first came to light on Thursday when students were not allowed to enter the school because they didn’t have ‘proper haircut’. (ANI)