Religious conversion case in Kanpur, sign language

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Newsroom, Amar Ujala, Kanpur

Published by: Shikha Pandey
Updated Tue June 22, 2021 12:10 PM IST

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Lakshmi says that she never noticed that Aditya was deaf and dumb because she understood everything about him. Aditya also easily understood his words. By learning sign language, Lakshmi got a job at the Jyoti Deaf School in Bithoor.

Aditya Gupta
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A case of conversion of the deaf and dumb student Aditya Gupta, who lives in Kakadev in Kanpur, has become known. When Aditya was a year and a half old, he was suspected of being deaf and dumb. During the examination, the doctors confirmed this. For a moment the family was deprived of happiness, but his mother did not lose heart.He himself learned sign language to explain and understand his expressions. He also got a job at school. As Aditya grew up, he walked away from his loved ones and loved ones. According to the family, Aditya was born in 1997.

The family was happy with that. If his gestures did not look normal in the meantime, the investigation has ended. It turned out that he could neither speak nor hear. The whole family was shocked. After that, his mother, Lakshmi, learned sign language. As Aditya grew up, she continued teaching him.

Lakshmi says that she never noticed that Aditya was deaf and dumb because she understood everything about him. Aditya also easily understood his words. By learning sign language, Lakshmi got a job at the Jyoti Deaf School in Bithoor. Life went smoothly when Aditya came into contact with the fundamentalists a year ago and converted to religion.

Noida’s Deaf Society and Jyoti Deaf School Connection
Fundamentalists have brainwashed many children of the Noida-based Deaf Society and converted them to religion. Upon researching ATS, it was found that the Jyoti Deaf School is also affiliated with the Deaf Society of Noida.

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A case of conversion of the deaf and dumb student Aditya Gupta, who lives in Kakadev in Kanpur, has become known. When Aditya was a year and a half old, he was suspected of being deaf and dumb. During the examination, the doctors confirmed this. For a moment the family was deprived of happiness, but his mother did not lose heart.

He himself learned sign language to explain and understand his expressions. He also got a job at school. As Aditya grew up, he walked away from his loved ones and loved ones. According to the family, Aditya was born in 1997.

The family was happy with that. If his gestures did not look normal in the meantime, an investigation was conducted. It turned out that he could neither speak nor hear. The whole family was shocked. After that, his mother, Lakshmi, learned sign language. When Aditya grew up, she continued to teach him.

Lakshmi says that she never noticed that Aditya was deaf and dumb because she understood everything about him. Aditya also easily understood his words. By learning sign language, Lakshmi got a job at the Jyoti Deaf School in Bithoor. Life went smoothly when Aditya came into contact with the fundamentalists a year ago and converted to religion.

Noida’s Deaf Society and Jyoti Deaf School Connection

Fundamentalists have brainwashed many children of the Noida-based Deaf Society and converted them to religion. Upon researching ATS, it was found that the Jyoti Deaf School is also affiliated with the Deaf Society of Noida.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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