Srinagar: The government in Madhya Pradesh will make ‘Jai Hind’ mandatory for all students from November 1 to mark their attendance, Hindustan Times reported on Wednesday.
Satna will be the first district where this practice will be introduced from October 1 — a month before implementing the same in all the schools across the state.
As per the report School education minister of MP Vijay Shah said the decision was taken to instill a sense of patriotism among students.
“Jai Hind is acceptable to students of all religions so I have decided to introduce it. We just want to keep our culture alive which our young generation is forgetting,” report quoting minister said.