Justice Dave, You Don’t Need to be a Dictator to teach the Gita

Justice Dave, You Don’t Need to be a Dictator to teach the Gita

When Supreme Court Judge Justice Dave says he needs to be a dictator to introduce lessons on Mahabharata and Bhagavad Gita in schools, he obviously presumes that this cannot be done within the framework of our Constitution. This may not be correct for many reasons. Chief Justice Ahmadi in the […]

 

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