"Teachers do not ask wrong questions."
Translation:शिक्षक ग़लत सवाल नहीं पूछते हैं।
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This sentence is completely out of youch with reality and based on a flawed deference to teachers as all knowing. Coming from inside yhe culture, this leads to alot of arrogance on the party of teachers and an intolerance for acknowledging their own shortcomings. Kindly remove and replace with something less biased. Teachers do ask and say "wrong" things.
Is the meaning of this clearer in Hindi? Is it a play on an idiomatic phrase (like the english phrase, 'there's no such thing as a bad question')?
In English, the meaning of this sentence is extremely unclear: is the question grammatically flawed? Is it based on incorrect assumptions or axioms? Is it just difficult to interpret?