“Weapon To Communalise”: Rahul Gandhi Slams Center Over Education Policy

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Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu: Congress pioneer Rahul Gandhi on Sunday pummeled the middle for presenting the National Education Policy 2020 without speaking with educators and understudies and said it is being “utilized as a weapon to communalise and push a specific philosophy”.

“Instruction framework is for our understudies and it is controlled by our instructors. On the off chance that we will have any arrangement made for the training framework, at that point, it needs to come from a discussion with understudies and educators. Sadly, this was not done,” Mr Gandhi said while collaborating with school teachers at St Xavier’s College in Tirunelveli, Tamil Nadu.

“There is a lot of force being unified in one organization (in the NEP). This will harm the schooling framework. The positive side is that it is sensibly adaptable on numerous checks yet is a weapon to communalise, to drive a specific philosophy into Indian culture,” he said.

Mr Gandhi further said that when the Congress party comes to control in the express, the gathering would push for grants in training.

“I don’t really accept that that training ought to be just for monetarily tough individuals. At the point when we (Congress) come to control, we will push for grants in training,” he said.

While tending to an inquiry concerning the division of religion and legislative issues, the Congress chief hit out at the decision party, saying, “You would prefer not to fundamentally eliminate religion from the talk. You need all religions to be important for it. However long thoughts are contending without disdain and outrage, there is no issue. The issue is the point at which you tell somebody that you can’t open your mouth since you are from a specific religion.”

“The Government of India says that they address Hinduism however a great deal of the thoughts they uphold have nothing to do with Hinduism. No place does it say ‘affront, execute individuals’,” he added.

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