National Anthem should be made mandatory
Author: S.Manikandaprabhu Posted On : 05th April 2016
The Madras High court said that the National anthem should be made mandatory during the morning assembly in all the private schools in Tamilnadu. A bench comprising Chief Justice Sanjay Kishan Kaul and Justice MM Sundresh gave the direction on a petition seeking that singing of national anthem be made mandatory in schools.
"Private schools must follow such singing of national anthem as part of their curriculum," the bench said disposing a PIL by N Selvathirumal, an ex-service man, seeking a direction to authorities to make it mandatory for all private schools in the state to sing the national anthem during the assembly.
The bench while recording the stand of the authorities including Union of India that national anthem ought to be sung, in its order directed Central and State Departments of Secondary Education and the Union Human Resources Department to make endeavour to verify weather national anthem was sung in all private schools in the state.
Mr Selvathiurumal submitted that national anthem was not sung in various private schools in Tamil Nadu while it was sung in central government schools such as Kendriya Vidyalayas and all the state government schools daily during the morning assembly. A citizen should have adequate knowledge of the national anthem and the national flag, the petitioner submitted.
Source Link : http://www.ndtv.com/tamil-nadu-news/national-anthem-should-be-sung-in-all-private-schools-madras-high-court-1284248
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