Sanjay Jaiswal, the BJP’s state leader in Bihar, uploaded a picture to his social media and shared the image of the question paper alongside captioning it as” “…Bihar government is still silent on my concern that they feel Kashmir as not a part of India. He wrote in a Facebook post in Hindi,” This question itself advocates that the officials in Bihar government consider Kashmir as a different country as Nepal, England, China, and India.
Kishanganj, Bihar | Class 7 question paper terms Kashmir as separate country
Got this via Bihar Education Board. Ques had to ask what are people from Kashmir called? Mistakenly carried as what are people of country of Kashmir called? This was human error: Headteacher, SK Das pic.twitter.com/VVv1qAZ2sz
— ANI (@ANI) October 19, 2022
Nitish Kumar is “so restless with his desire to become the Prime Minister that they are forcing anti-national question papers on the children of class 7. Notably, an identical question was posed in Bihar in 2017 as well, and a student in the Vaishali region caught the error. The BJP reacted by slamming the Nitish Kumar government. JD(U)-RJD together was attacked by Sanjay Jaiswal, who claimed they were supporters of the Popular Front of India (PFI).