Spot “Azad Kashmir”, MP Tenth Graders Asked In MP Exam

Srinagar

In Congress-ruled Madhya Pradesh, a paper setter for tenth class examination asked students to spot “Azad Kashmir” in the Indian map, India Today reported. This has triggered a controversy.

“Azad Kashmir” is a reference to the “Azad Jammu and Kashmir” that is art of Jammu and Kashmir under Pakistan’s control.

Well before the situation could get out of control, the Chief Minister Kamal Nath is reported to have ordered an inquiry.

News gathering agency, ANI quoted Saleena Singh, Chairperson Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education saying; “The Board has suspended two persons who set & moderated the Class 10 question paper in which Pakistan Occupied Kashmir has been called Azad Kashmir.”

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