NEW DELHI: Influential TMC MP Mahua Moitra on Thursday mocked the BJP days after one in all its senior ministers in Karnataka stated that the Holy Hindu scripture Bhagavad Gita is just not a spiritual e-book like Quran.
The TMC MP introduced on Twitter that she can be carrying a replica of the Bhagavad Gita to the sitting of the Parliamentary Standing committee when the Division of Telecom officers are referred to as to depose earlier than it subsequent time. The TMC MP from Krishnanagar additionally termed the holy e-book as “clearly important studying materials” in her newest tweet.
I’m carrying my copy of the Gita to sitting of Parliamentary Standing committee when DoT officers subsequent referred to as to depose.
Clearly important studying materials.@ShashiTharoor @KartiPC @ThamizhachiTh
— Mahua Moitra (@MahuaMoitra) September 22, 2022
Apparently, Mahua Moitra additionally tagged senior Congress chief Karti Chidambaram, DMK MP Dr Thamizhachi Thangapandian and Kerala Congress MP Shashi Tharoor, who had backed her throughout the Goddess Kaali comment controversy surrounding her.
Moitra’s newest tweet additionally comes within the wake of a choice taken by the Karnataka authorities to incorporate teachings of the Bhagavad Gita in colleges and schools from December, which has triggered a debate.
It could be famous Karnataka Training Minister BC Nagesh stated that the “Quran is a spiritual e-book and Bhagavad Gita is just not a spiritual e-book. The Gita doesn’t inform concerning the worship of God or any spiritual observe. It talks about ethics, which motivates the scholars as properly.”
Main and Secondary Training Minister BC Nagesh stated, “We all know that freedom fighters additionally bought inspiration from Gita to combat for freedom.” Responding to a query by MK Pranesh (BJP) within the Legislative Council, he stated, “We dropped the proposal to show Bhagavad Gita as a separate topic, however to incorporate its teachings as a part of ethical training.”
Talking within the Meeting on Monday, Nagesh said that the teachings of the holy Hindu scripture would type part of the `Ethical Training` syllabus. “There isn’t a proposal earlier than the federal government to show `Bhagavad Gita` to college students together with the current syllabus as a particular topic,” he stated.
He stated that the federal government has already appointed an knowledgeable committee and based mostly on the suggestions and strategies of assorted stakeholders, the teachings of the Gita will likely be taught within the lecture rooms from December.