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Harsh Vardhan's remark on sex education draws varied reactions

ANI | 28 Jun 2014, 04:40 am
New Delhi, June 27 (ANI): Health Minister Harsh Vardhan's remark on sex education pour in varied reactions after he said that instead of using condoms, people should use moral values and demanded ban on sexual education in schools. BJP leader Prabhat Jha and DUSU President Aman Awana supported the stance and said that sex education is not necessary. Congress leader Manish Tewari condemned the same and said that the thought process comes from some other generation and is backward. CPI leader Annie Raja said that such statement can increase sexual violence cases. Former DUTA President Aditya Narayan Mishra also condemned this 'closed mindset'. Meanwhile, AIPWA National Secretary Kavita Krishnan appealed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi should take cognizance and order the ministers to keep 'RSS ideas' out of ministry.

Harsh Vardhan's remark on sex education draws varied reactions

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