Addressing a press conference here, Samant said, “We took this decision a few days ago regarding the national anthem. As per the decision, the functioning of the state colleges will start with the national anthem.”
The national anthem will be compulsory from February 19 in all colleges in Maharashtra. State Minister Uday Samanta gave this information on Wednesday. Technical and Higher Education Minister Samant said that the state government will issue a notification asking all the colleges to start their work with the national anthem from 19 February.
Addressing a press conference here, Samant said, “We took this decision a few days ago regarding the national anthem. As per the decision, the functioning of the state colleges will begin with the national anthem. “The minister said,” This decision has been taken unanimously to make the national anthem mandatory in colleges. A notification will be issued to make it effective. ”On 26 January last month, the Shiv Sena-led government made it compulsory for school students to read the Preamble of the Constitution during a morning meeting.
Significantly, on Wednesday, the Maharashtra government decided that government employees in the state will have to work only five days a week. A five-day work week is being implemented there. Talk of singing the national anthem was also being demanded for a long time. Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) chief Raj Thackeray also asked to make it mandatory at a rally of his party. It was said that the fronts being fired against the CAA-NRC are being given from the north front. If this mania continues in this way, the stone will be answered with stone and the sword will be answered with sword. Raj Thackeray’s party MNS organized a big rally against Pakistani and Bangladeshi infiltrators on Sunday.