MP: Principal suspended over distribution of copies of Savarkar's picture, controversy in Congress-BJP

In Madhya Pradesh, the principal was suspended over the distribution of copies containing Savarkar's pictures, after which Congress and BJP have come face to face.
Ratlam: A controversy has erupted between the ruling and opposition BJP in the Congress-ruled state after an institution was suspended by an institution in a government school in Ratlam district of Madhya Pradesh over the distribution of copies containing copies of Hindu thinker Veer Savarkar to students.  On the suspension of the principal, the state BJP said that the Kamal Nath government is completely blind to its hatred against Savarkar, so what did the Congress do in the interest of the nation that his literature should be distributed in schools.

 District Education Officer KC Sharma said on Wednesday that on the basis of the investigation report, the Divisional Commissioner has suspended RN Kerawat, Principal of the government school in Malvasa.  Sharma said that the social organization 'Veer Savarkar Manch' had distributed copies to the students free of cost in the school on November 4.  The picture of Veer Savarkar was put on the main page of these copies.

 The state BJP has objected to the action against the principal.

 BJP's National Vice-President and former Chief Minister of the state Shivraj Singh Chauhan tweeted on Wednesday with the clipping of this news, "The mind is disturbed to hear the news of the suspension of the President who has been awarded the President's Award and who has given 100 percent exam results.  It is also very sad and condemnable.  I strongly condemn this petty politics and demand to reinstate the principal immediately. "In another tweet in this regard, he said," Kamal Nath ji, you are so hated by Veer Savarkar that you have completely  Is blinded.  Because of the Congress thinking, you are insulting the great personalities of your own country.  Your act has embarrassed the state. "On the other hand, the state Congress said that there is nothing political in this action.

 Congress leader Narendra Saluja said, "The suspension of the principal of the high school in Malvasa has nothing to do with politics but it is a matter of discipline and government rules." He questioned the BJP whether Savarkar's picture without prior permission  It was right to distribute the copies.  He asked, "After all what did Savarkar do in the interest of the country that his literature should be distributed in schools."

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