Wing Commander Abhinandan Varthaman’s bravery has been the talk of the town after his video in which he responded gently to the Pakistani army, went widespread on the social media platform. The whole nation celebrated his return. He was received with a massive welcome from scores of Indians who reached Wagah-Attari border from across the nation.
Meanwhile, the country is suddenly obsessed with Abhinandan’s gunslinger moustache as several people from across the nation are desperate to follow “Abinandan’s way of haircut and moustache”. Even several saloons around India are giving some good discounts to their customers.
जोधपुर से पढ़े, हाल ही में पाकिस्तान की सरजमीं से अपने साहस एवम वीरता का परिचय देते हुए वापस लौटने वाले विंग कमांडर अभिनंदन के शौर्य के सम्मानस्वरूप सरकार ने अभिनंदन की शौर्य की कहानी को राजस्थान के स्कूली पाठ्यक्रम में शामिल करने का फैसला लिया है।#AbhinandanDiwas @DIPRRajasthan pic.twitter.com/MRjSLLWJxs
— Govind Singh Dotasra (@GovindDotasra) March 4, 2019
Now, the school students in Rajasthan will get to read Abhinandan Varthaman’s valour in their textbooks.
The proposal first came from the state’s education minister Govind Singh Dotasra who took to his official Twitter handle to tweet, “Abhinandan’s story of bravery will be introduced in the school syllabus of Rajasthan in a bid to honour him.”
Previously, the minister also proposed to stories of soldiers who were martyred in the Pulwama attack in the school syllabus and thankfully, it was even accepted by the syllabus review committee. Rajasthan education department recently established a government defence academy which is to be installed with an initial investment of Rs 31.5 crore in Sikar