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The Madras High Court has directed the Tamil Nadu government to discuss introducing 'moral' education as a subject in state schools as suggested by an advocate, who attributed increasing aggression by youth due to lack of it. Disposing of a PIL petition filed by advocate V Kashinatha Bharathi, the bench comprising Chief Justice M. Y. Eqbal and Justice T. S. Sivagnanam directed the petitioner to produce a copy of their order along with a representation, given by him to the government, to the Director of School Education, who should discuss the issue and take a decision as per law.
The petitioner, also an office bearer of a unit of Nagapattinam district MDMK, cited various violent instances, including the fatal stabbing of a teacher of a North Chennai school by a student of her class recently. Stating that moral education is not being imparted to students in schools, he claimed that moral studies, physical education training and yoga classes alone would create better citizens of tomorrow.
Courtesy: Times of India
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