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Shiksha Ka haq to be spread by Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh

Updated on Mon, 12 December 2011 at 18:12 IST

A year long campaign has been launched for Right to education where headmasters from 13 lakhs primary school will be reading out Prime minister, Manmohan Singh's message on November 11, 2011.

The message has been translated in to 14 Indian languages so that it touches the heart of the Indian masses. Shiksha Ka Haq or Right to education will set history as it involves lakhs of Volunteers and hundreds of community based organizations to participate in the door to door campaign till 11th November 2012.

The program will be formally launched in Mewat by Kapil Sibbal, Human Resource Development Minister instead of Vijay Bhawan, Delhi. The Right to Education National Advisory Council decided to celebrate Education day on 1st November at Mewat to mark the birth anniversary of India's first education minister Maulana Abdul Kalam.

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