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Anti-terrorism course be part of curriculum: Bitta

india Updated: Jan 25, 2009 15:37 IST
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Anti-terrorism course be part of curriculum: Bitta

An "anti-terrorism" course should be part of the curriculum in all primary schools in the country, All India Anti-Terrorist Front chief Maninderjit Singh Bitta said in Ghaziabad on Sunday.

"The education pattern should be changed and anti-terrorism should be taught to all students even at primary level," Bitta, while addressing a Republic day function organised in Vidya Bharti school, said.

Students, on the occasion, also staged a rally against terrorism.

Speaking on the delay in the hanging of Afzal Guru, he said it is "great shame" for Indian politics as a whole that the person responsible for Parliament attack is still alive even after being sentenced to death.