Vinod Tawde denies granting any permission to screen a film based on PM Modi’s life

The opposition parties strongly protested against the screening of a film based on the life of Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Zila Parishad schools

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After a huge uproar over the talks about screening a film on Prime Minister Narendra Modi by the opposition parties, Maharashtra Education Minister Vinod Tawde elucidated that he did not order any school to screen the film based on PM Modi’s life.

However, it came out that, earlier on September 18, Zila Parishad schools in Maharashtra were given a verbal order from the state education department which was highly criticised by opposition parties. Mumbai Congress President Sanjay Nirupam attacked PM Modi calling him an “illiterate” which sparked another row.

Also Read - BJP Workers Protest Against Congress Sanjay Nirupam For Calling PM “Illiterate”

However, it has been reported that there was a WhatsApp message sent to the Zonal Education Officer and state centre head to show a short film - ‘Chalo Jite Hain’ - in schools. In this regard, there has been no response from Deputy Education Officer and its primary Education Instructors. 

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