The Centre is working on a scheme which promotes children to educate their elders at home, said Union HRD Minister Prakash Javadekar.
After visiting a family in Jaipur and interacting with the kids, he urged them to educate their illiterate grandparents. He also added "Preparations are underway and the scheme will be launched in two months. We will also issue study material,"
While Javadekar, BJP's poll in-charge in Rajasthan, interacted with people in Jaipur, he also took their feedback about the government's work in the last five years.
State Health Minister Kalicharan Saraf, Mayor Ashok Lahoti and other leaders of the party accompanied him.
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