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J-K Education Minister hits back at army chief

ANI  |  Srinagar (Jammu and Kashmir) [India] 

and Kashmir on Saturday hit back at for hinting that students in the valley were being radicalised in the schools.

"The is a I do not think he is an educationist that he will give sermons on This being a subject on state list, we know how to run our system," said Bukhari.

The also defended the presence of two maps in the classroom.

"There are two flags in the state. We have and Kashmir constitution and India's constitution as well. Every school has a state map as it is needed to teach about the state," Bukhari added.

Rawat, while addressing the media, said the schools in and Kashmir were teaching students with two maps - one of and another of the state.

"In the schools in Jammu and Kashmir, what teachers are teaching should not be taught. In schools, there can be seen two maps, one of another of Jammu and Kashmir. Why do we need a separate map for the state? What does it teach the children?" said in the press conference held in

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First Published: Sat, January 13 2018. 18:54 IST