Gujarat state education department has rolled out a new rule which will make sure school students say, “Jai Bharat” and “Jai Hind” while attending roll call.
So far, the students use to say, “Yes Sir” or “Yes Mam” while attending the roll call but things will change from now on. The step has been taken by the board to boost the emotion of patriotism among the students at an early stage.
State education minister, Bhupendrasinh Chudasama said that when he was a student it was compulsory to say, “Jai Hind” or “Jai Bharat” but it was discontinued later. He also said that a normal student uses the word,
“Yes sir” or “Yes mam” at least 10000 times during schooling and if they replace it with “Jai Hind” or “Jai Bharat”, it will make them more patriotic.
On Twitter, there have been mixed reactions regarding it. Have a look at some of them-
Let it be come from the #heart of the children , not by forcing them..
— K A. Jagadeesh (@are_gow) December 31, 2018
and if one giving roll call for others then he need to answer "Pakistan Murdabad" 😹😹
— Sarcasm™ (@SarcasticRofl) December 31, 2018
Teacher : Roll no. 1
Student : Mandir wahi banayenge sir 🙏
— A_Man (@amaan_ullah001) December 31, 2018
Rythm will be :-
Ek Jai Hind.
Do Jai Hind.
Teen Jai hind
— Pankaj Thakur (@wipeout007) January 1, 2019
Jai Hind… Sahi hai😘
Lets start here only.
JAI HIND JAI BHARAT
— Vikram Verma (@VikramUnited) December 31, 2018
Why not chaukidar chor hai? 😢
— Scotchy (@scotchism) January 1, 2019
Jai shri ram nahi? Dictatorship Hi Bana do.
— unknown (@R46265278) December 31, 2018
Totally nonsense !
People are now forcing everything ! Give them good Education that would help more …
I regret voting for BJP now !
— Anurag 🇮🇳 (@_Mr_Weirdo) December 31, 2018
What’s your take on this?