Rajasthan schools will be taught martyrs of martyrs on the outskirts, The state’s Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that the biggest shortage of the state’s text books was that not a single chapter was being taught about the martyrs who guard the outskirts of the country.
Martyrs stories saga in the book Independence Movement and Shaurya Tradition Education Minister said – for the first time included lessons from more than 24 martyrs
The saga of the immortal martyrs who sacrificed their lives to protect the country’s borders will now be taught in the school curriculum to the students of Rajasthan schools
Rajasthan’s independence movement and Shaurya tradition book of class IX covers the saga of the martyred heroes from the year 1948 to 2019, including the martyrs of Pulwama attack.
The curriculum review committee claims that Rajasthan is probably the first state to have included the immortal martyrs of the state in the text book.
The state’s Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that the biggest shortage of the state’s text books was that not a single chapter was being taught about the martyrs who guard the outskirts of the country.
For the first time, books have included the recitations of more than 24 martyrs of the state, including the Shaurya saga of the martyrs of Pulwama and with the poem of poet Pradeep.
The poetry of poet Pradeep has been included in this book on the demand of the martyred families of Rajasthan.
The text of the martyrs of Pulwama attack has also been included in this book.
Hemraj Meena of Kota, Rohitash Lamba of Jaipur, Jitaram of Bharatpur, Narayan Gurjar of Rajsamand and Bhagirath of Dholpur were martyred in Pulwama suicide attack.
The stories of the martyrs along with the martyrs have also been included in the book in the syllabus.
Martyrs’ recitations are also included along with soldiers who have won Paramvir Chakra, Mahavir Chakra, Ashok Chakra, Kirti Chakra, Shaurya Chakra, Vir Chakra, Army Medal and Special Army Medal.
These include Param Vir Chakra winner Major Piru Singh Shekhawat of Jhunjhunu, Shaheed Major Shaitan Singh of Jodhpur and Subedar Chunaram Fagedia of Sikar district.