After an educational trust in Amreli, headed by BJP leader Dilip Sanghani, made it mandatory to write Bharat Mata Ki Jai on admission forms, state education minister Bhup-endrasinh Chudasama Tuesday said, “Though this is an independent decision of the trust, I believe we should say ‘Bharat mata ki Jai’. There is nothing wrong in saying it.” He said that the state government had no role in the trust’s decision.
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Shree Patel Vidyarthi Ashram Trust has made it compulsory for students seeking admission to its four institutes — two high schools, one primary school and a physiotherapy college — to write Bharat Mata ki Jai on admission forms or choose to be declined admission.