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MR. DEPUTY-SPEAKER: I called Shri Lal Bihari Tiwari to speak. His name is also there. He has also given a notice like you did. Why should you object if I allow him to speak?

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SHRI RAMESH CHENNITHALA (MAVELIKARA): Sir, there are other subjects also. The same points are raised by every Member on this subject.

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SHRI RAJIV PRATAP RUDY (CHAPRA): Why is he speaking twice on the same subject?

MR. DEPUTY-SPEAKER: He is the Chief Whip of a Party. We have to accommodate him.

SHRI PRIYA RANJAN DASMUNSI : While I support the argument placed by Shri Somnath Chatterjee, not to exclude Marxism as a theory to study because I also feel that we should have access to study all theories. But I humbly submit to Shri Somnath to consult his State Government as to why the West Bengal teachers had to go to court to restore the syllabus of History which was distorted by the West Bengal Government. I will urge the Home Minister to inquire in the interest of the country as to why in Bengal the Partition of Bengal Chapter, which is a great glorious movement of the country, has been reduced from 6 pages to one paragraph. The first children book of Gurudev Tagore, `Sahaj Path' has been taken out of the syllabus. ... (Interruptions)

SHRI BASU DEB ACHARIA : `Sahaj Path' is still there.... (Interruptions)

MR. DEPUTY SPEAKER: Shri Acharia, you must have the patience to listen him.

SHRI BASU DEB ACHARIA : He is misleading the House.... (Interruptions)

SHRI PRIYA RANJAN DASMUNSI (RAYGANJ): Sir, the six-page chapter has come down to half a paragraph. Such matters should also be considered seriously. I support the argument of Shri Somnath Chatterjee.... (Interruptions) The Government should inquire about the syllabus of History of West Bengal. Why Quit India Movement has been brought down from ten pages to one paragraph. This is the cry of the teachers. It is not something which I am saying on my own. While I support Shri Somnath Chatterjee, I also plead that the Partition of Bengal Movement Chapter which has been distorted should be restored.

THE MINISTER OF HOME AFFAIRS (SHRI L.K. ADVANI): Mr. Deputy-Speaker, Sir, this discussion is based on a news item. I am not going to participate in the discussion as such but I would certainly like to ascertain from the HRD Ministry the facts in this regard. That is all.

SHRI SOMNATH CHATTERJEE : What is your response?

SHRI L.K. ADVANI: My response is that this Government would like the study of every political theory to be understood. There should be a study. There is no question. This news item itself says that Farsism is being studied. Marxism also would be studied. What was there and what has been excluded, I will find out.

SHRI SOMNATH CHATTERJEE : We would like to have a statement from the HRD Ministry tomorrow.

SHRI L.K. ADVANI: If there is a need for a statement, the Minister will make a statement. Maybe, this is not substantial. I do not know. Your failure to respond to what Shri Dasmunsi says, seems to indicate that there is some substance in what he has said.

SHRI SOMNATH CHATTERJEE : This is the trouble. Even Shri L.K. Advani cannot resist the temptation of being misled by him.

SHRI K. P. SINGH DEO (DHENKANAL): Sir, when are we going to discuss the sufferings of the people of Orissa? We have been waiting since yesterday.

MR. DEPUTY-SPEAKER: We will fix some time.