Iranian religious leader was called EVIL in sixth class book, then NCERT gave this clarification

In NCERT’s Class VI General Knowledge book, it has been written about Iranian religious leader Ayatollah Khomeini that he "He is the most evil person in the world so far, a controversy has arisen over him. People of different communities are angry over this. This controversial book has been published by NCERT. Meanwhile, NCERT has also given its clarification on this controversy. If the investigation finds information that the publisher has used the name of NCERT in the publication, then legal action will be taken against him.

According to NCERT, this misleading information has been published without the copyright permission of NCERT. This book was published by the publisher Acuber Books International, about which NCERT was not aware. According to NCERT, action will be taken soon in this matter. NCERT has advised schools to be alert. Schools have been advised to ensure that there is no misconception in the course book provided by them, before giving any book to the students.

NCERT appealed to the general public

NCERT has issued its statement. According to NCERT, in the field of school education, the Government of India has issued a strict warning against copyright infringement of its educational materials. According to NCERT, some publishers are publishing NCERT school textbooks available on NCERT website in their own name without taking permission from NCERT. Any person or organization who sells or publishes it should obtain copyright permission from NCERT. NCERT has appealed to the general public to stay away from any such textbooks.

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