School books call Bhagat Singh, Tilak criminals

Rajkot (Gujrat) : Condemning ICSE and CISCE board for approving defamatory write ups about freedom fighters in its standard tenth history textbooks, an NGO here has demanded Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s intervention to remove the offending text about national heroes.

Desh Bhakta Nagrik Sangh (DBNS) in a letter to Singh, sought his intervention to remove the defamatory text, which refers freedom fighters like Balgangadhar Tilak, Lala Lajpatrai, Bipin Chandra Pal and Bhagat Singh as criminals.

DBNS also demanded action against boards concerned alleging callousness on the part of approving the text books.

A case in this connection have already been filed in the court of additional district judge of South Delhi following which the court had issued summons to the chairman of ICSE and CISCE, the president and general secretary.

DBNS has extended their support to the parties who filed the case.

Source: The Financial Express

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