Bhopal News: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan arrived on Monday at the Sughosh Darshan program of Vidya Bharti Foundation in Bhopal, the capital of Madhya Pradesh. He garlanded the statue of Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose on Parakram Divas. Praised the children after seeing Sughosh. On this occasion, he mentioned Shri Ramcharitmanas and said that Baba Tulsi composed such a great book, in which it is said that Lord Shri Ram is present in every particle. Our religious texts Ramayana, Mahabharata, Upanishads and Gita etc. have full potential to make human beings moral. That’s why the education of these great texts will also be given in government schools.
Why books should not be taught is a matter of thinking
The CM said that why such great books should not be taught to children is a matter of thinking. CM said that those who are insulting these great books and great men, such people will not be tolerated in Madhya Pradesh. Books like Ramayana and Mahabharata contribute to social harmony as well as moral and intellectual development. For the all-round development of the children of Madhya Pradesh, we will share the essential elements of religious texts with the children of government schools as well.
Government should also teach about its ministers and RSS chief: Congress
Amidst the ongoing comments about Shri Ramcharitmanas across the country, this statement of Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is going to increase the heat in the political corridors amidst the cold. Going to do. It was only after this statement of the Chief Minister that a sharp reaction of the Congress was seen. Congress spokesperson KK Mishra said that now the BJP government should teach the biography of its ministers as well as the Sangh chief in the curriculum. He said that anyway the government has few months left. That’s why there is no need to think. First the government should take care of the education system of the state, we will talk about religious texts later. Now it will be a matter to be seen how political parties react to this statement in the coming times.
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