Kids at top of their voice to condemn barbaric act
Kids at top of their voice to condemn barbaric act, Students of various schools in East Godavari district on Wednesday mourned the death of 132 children in a school in Peshawar city of Pakistan on Tuesday.
Raise slogans against Taliban terrorists
Rajahmundry (East Godavari): Students of various schools in East Godavari district on Wednesday mourned the death of 132 children in a school in Peshawar city of Pakistan on Tuesday.
Students of The Future Kids School organised a programme after the morning prayer in which they displayed placards condemning the brutal attack by Taliban terrorists.
The students raised the slogan ‘Say No To Terrorism’ at the Gandhi statue and lighted lamps to express their condolences.
Director Ravibabu, principal R Ravindranath and teaching staff joined the students.
At Sri Gowthami School, hundreds of students assembled in the grounds in Gandhinagar, led by school correspondent Sunkara Ravi Kumar. Students sang ‘Raghupati Raghava Rajaram…’ and condemned the attack. The students pledged to keep terrorism in all forms out of the country and urged the other countries to join hands to fight terrorism.
Vajjhala Nagendra Varaprasad of Prasad Public School held a condolence meeting. The students paid floral tributes to the 132 students who died in the Peshawar massacre.
SFI protests massacre
Vijayawada: The Students Federation of India (SFI) staged a protest demonstration near Panja Centre in the city on Wednesday denouncing the Peshawar carnage. Speaking on the occasion, SFI city convener Shaik Jan Pasha termed the Taliban attack on a Sainik School inhuman and barbaric. The United Nations should set up a special committee to promote peace in the world by suppressing terrorist and fundamentalist outfits, he said. SFI city vice-president B Akhil, division convener Basha, CPM leader M Konda Reddy and others took part in the protest.