Teaching Bhagvad Gita is compulsory in schools, according to new Lok Sabha bill

On March 10, 103 private member bills were introduced in Lok Sabha, and one of them indicates that educational institutions compulsorily need to teach Bhagavad Gita. This private bill was initiated and moved by BJP member Ramesh Bidhuri.

Other private bills include Maintenance of Cleanliness Bill that prohibits people from littering, spitting and urinating in public place to maintain the clean and hygienic environment, and was passed by BJP member Maheish Girri.

Another BJP member Nishikant Dubey passed a bill to provide for overall youth development in the country.

NCP member Supriya Sule moved Special Courts for Trial of Offences against Women Bill where victims of sexual violence can dispose such cases more quickly.

A bill by Ranjeet Ranjan from Congress introduced a bill to provide for “simple solemnisation of marriages by prohibiting extravagant and wasteful expenditure and show of wealth on marriages, for compulsory registration of all marriages solemnized in the country for prevention of wastage of food items during the marriage functions.”

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