KARNATAKA’S RULING BJP is back in news once again for extending its support to the decision of teaching Hindu holy book Bhagvad Gita in schools. Latest circular issued to all schools in the state informs that school should set aside three hours per week for classes on the Hindu holy book as it would inspire good values in students. But the idea of teaching the Bhagvad Gita in minority schools has rocked the issue. Even Education Minister of state said that those opposing the idea of teaching Gita classes should leave the country. His statement ignited harsh response from federation of minority institutions in Karnataka. The federation has sought his resignation.
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