Attempt To Impose Hindi, Sanskrit: MK Stalin Opposes New Education Policy

MK Stalin has opposed Centre’s new Nationwide Training Coverage (NEP) 2020. (File)


Stepping up his assault in opposition to the Centre’s new Nationwide Training Coverage (NEP) 2020, DMK President MK Stalin on Saturday mentioned it was an try at “imposition” of Hindi and Sanskrit, and vowed to battle in opposition to it by becoming a member of fingers with like-minded political events and Chief Ministers of different states.

The sweeping reforms weren’t new training coverage however “a shiny coat on the outdated oppressive Manusmriti,” he alleged.

In a letter to the partymen, MK Stalin mentioned the celebration was dedicated to the battle in opposition to such insurance policies of the federal government, and recalled it’s (additionally) shifting the Madras Excessive Court docket on the problem of OBC reservation in All India Quota (AIQ) in medical admissions.

There was an “undeclared emergency” within the nation, he mentioned, referring to detention of political figures in Jammu and Kashmir amongst others.

On the NEP, he questioned why the “profitable” 10+2 system was being changed with 5+3+3+four and described the vocational training for kids as a “psychological assault” on them.

He additional mentioned, “with training positioned within the State Listing, the Centre will assume the remaining rights of the states and absorb its management (points ranging) from syllabus to college.”

“That is an assault on the federal construction being underscored by the Structure of India,” MK Stalin mentioned within the letter.

DMK was subsequently opposing the NEP and also will be part of fingers with different like-minded political events and chief  ministers on the problem, he added.


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