Indore: Inspired by his recent trip to China, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan has hinted over Krishna's battlefield discussion with Arjuna compiled in the Hindu scripture ‘Gita’ to be a significant part of the school curriculum in Madhya Pradesh.

Speaking on the conclusion of the three-day silver jubilee celebration of the ‘Vidya Bharati’ project undertaken by the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RRS), Chauhan said, “The nation’s history is not being taught to the students in a proper way. If we try to make an improvement, we are accused of imparting saffronage to the education.”

He announced, “Soon the ‘Gita’ will be included in the school syllabus to boost the confidence of the students and inculcate in them the significance of committing deeds.”
Referring of his China visit, he said, Chinese language is devoted the topmost preference in the country and the locals feel proud of the issue.

 In order to grant the long delayed honour to the Hindi language in India, the Madhya Pradesh government has decided to establish Hindi University in the state.