Uttarakhand Chief Minister Trivendra S Rawat on Sunday while speaking about the controversy on PM Modi’s photo in Madrasas said that he is the Prime Minister of the country and madrasas are schools.
Talking to news agency ANI the leader said, “He is PM of the nation & madrasas are schools.Our books also include pictures of great personalities. So why should anybody have an objection to it? The matter should be considered with a broad-mind.”
He is PM of the nation & madrasas are schools. Our books also include pictures of great personalities. So why should anybody have an objection on it? The matter should be considered with a broad-mind: Uttarakhand CM Trivendra S Rawat on madrasas should install portrait of PM Modi pic.twitter.com/3qM01D8fmF
— ANI (@ANI) January 7, 2018
On Saturday the Chief Minister told that Madrasas should install the picture of Prime minister Narendra Modi. Creating a controversy through the irrelevant statement he said, Installing the Prime Minister’s portrait in all government institutions and those being run on government grants has been an established practice. The madrasas should give up their conservatism on the issue.”