Like UP, national anthem may be mandatory in MP madrassas, Home Minister Narottam Mishra indicated

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In response to the question asked in this regard, MP Home Minister Mishra said that the national anthem should be sung everywhere. He said, ‘It is a good thing. It is the national anthem and can be sung anywhere.

Bhopal :

Madhya Pradesh Home Minister Narottam Mishra said on Friday that singing the national anthem has now been made mandatory in all madrassas in Uttar Pradesh and a similar move could be considered in Madhya Pradesh. Mishra said this while answering questions from reporters. Speaking in another program, Madhya Pradesh BJP chief Vishnu Dutt Sharma said that “Jana Gana Mana” should be recited in all educational institutions across the country. It is noteworthy that from Thursday, singing the national anthem “Jana Gana Mana” has been made mandatory in all madrasas in UP. The Registrar of UP Madrasa Education Board has issued an order to this effect to all the District Minority Welfare Officers on 9 May.

In response to the question asked in this regard, MP Home Minister Mishra said that the national anthem should be sung everywhere. He said, ‘It’s a good thing. This is the national anthem and can be sung anywhere. When asked whether such a decision can be implemented in Madhya Pradesh, Mishra said, “It can be considered.” On the other hand, Madhya Pradesh BJP President Vishnu Dutt Sharma asked whether the national anthem should be sung in madrasas in the state as well, but said, “We are not asking anyone to sing the national anthem of Pakistan. We are in Madhya Pradesh, Uttar Pradesh and across the country.” There is talk of raising the national anthem, national anthem and slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’ for the educational institutions located. If such a decision is being taken then it is a welcome step.”

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