A teacher was beaten by people in his locality for reportedly refusing to say Vande Mataram. The person named Afzal Hussain had been working with a primary school as a teacher, in Bihar's Abdullapur area, and his video where he explained how he was beaten and escaped alive has gone viral across social media.
As per the video testimony of the person, he had been told to say Vande Mataram , but he had refused to say that it was against his religious beliefs, and saying Vandana only to Allah was under their religious laws and hence he refused to say it, and added that constitution does not have any law to force anyone to say it.
He was beaten brutally but finally escaped death. After the video went viral, the district education officer said that one cannot insult national song by refusing to say it. This issue has gone viral across the social media.
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