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After seeing importance of secularism, UGC decides to introduce 'Secularism' as mandatory subject in all courses

29, Apr 2014 By shaitanidimag

In a major decision UGC has decided to introduce Secularism as a mandatory subject in all UG and PG courses which has been welcomed by almost all political paties.

While talking to Faking News team UGC chairman professor Vedprakash told that, “It took 67 years to understand that secularism is the only major issue in India, since in every elections political parties talks about this issue we decided why not implement it as a mandatory subject in all UG and PG Courses”.

After asked about layout of subject he told, “It will be decided after taking suggestions from all secular oriented political parties like INC, AAP, TMC, JDU, SP, BSP, RJD, NCP”,┬ábut there will be one practical in this course in which a student has to wear Secular Skull cap to prove his secular credentials, failing which he will be alloted year back even if he topped in all subjects because for us, secularism first knowledge second.

Faking news team contacted with different political leaders views on this topic to know their reactions.

Digvijay Singh-We welcome this decision by heart. As we are saying from past 67 years that Secularism is major issue for us. It was an impact of Rahul baba as he will empower all by secularism

Narendra Modi-I strongly condemned this decision of UGC. I talk about India first and they talk about secularism first. I will make Congress(Secular) mukt bharat.

Arvind Kejriwal-I have always said that corruption is issue but secularism is even more important issue for us. I strongly welcome this decision. Afterall, we are AAM SECULAR ADMI

Mulayam Singh Yadav– Ham tau kahitay rahin ki Thampradayik Thaktiyon ka khatam karna zaruri hai.Ham thamazwadi hain. ladka -ladki ┬áthecular hote hain, kbhi kbhi thampradayikta ho jati hai, to kya fansi pe chadha doge unko!