Omission of Nehru from textbook reflects mental bankruptcy of government, says Sachin Pilot


Omission of Nehru from textbook reflects mental bankruptcy of government, says Sachin Pilot

By: deepak
10 May 2016
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Contradicting the move to overlook references to first Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru from a Class VII reading material in Rajasthan, the state unit of Congress on Tuesday held an exhibit with PCC boss Sachin Pilot saying that it mirrored the "mental chapter 11" of the Raje government.

Pilot, who drove the challenge at the common lines railroad crossing, blamed the state government for working in a "noxious way" by "purposely" taking out the names and commitment of enormous pioneers.

"BJP has demonstrated its mental chapter 11 by purposely disposing of references to Jawahar Lal Nehru, who was the primary Prime Minister of India as well as a visionary world pioneer.

The decision gathering is attempting to expel his commitment from the history books however he leads in the heart of the general population," Pilot said at the exhibition.

He requested that the legislature ought to incorporate the reference to Nehru in the reading material before the session starts.

"Nehru presented Panchayti Raj framework, he actualized the standards of discretion and remote approach which demonstrate the route to the present arrangement, he not just assumed imperative part in getting India autonomy additionally contributed in the flexibility battle of different nations," he said.

PCC Vice President Archana Sharma said, "The outlook and the methodology of the BJP government are seen by this demonstration.

They are taking the legislative issues to a lower level. "The administration can change course reading however not the history but rather this is the thing that the Raje government is doing in the state," she said.