Amit Shah’s statement on Hindi raised voices from within BJP amidst heated up, BS Yeddyurappa said this
Amit Shah appealed to make Hindi a national language on Hindi Day. Now the voices have started raising in opposition from the BJP.
New Delhi: Politics continues on the speech given by BJP President Amit Shah on Hindi Day. On the occasion of Hindi Day, Home Minister Amit Shah appealed to connect the whole country through Hindi. Amit Shah had said that different languages and dialects are the strength of our country. But now the country needs a language so that foreign languages cannot find place here. Home Minister Amit Shah had appealed to make Hindi a national language during this period. Now voices have started raising in opposition to the BJP. BJP’s most powerful leader in South India and Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa indirectly said ‘no’ to party chief Amit Shah’s appeal to use ‘Hindi as a common language across the country’. Gave.
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa tweeted, ‘All official languages are the same in our country. However, as far as Karnataka is concerned, Kannada is the predominant language here. We will never compromise on its importance. We are committed to promoting the Kannada language and the culture of our state.
Meanwhile, Puducherry Governor Kiran Bedi also gave a statement on this. Kiran Bedi appealed to the South Indian people and asked them to learn the Hindi language and join the Indian government. Bedi, who was India’s first woman IPS officer, further said that languages used to create an emotional relationship between people. He also said that I use translator here all the time. But non-Hindi speaking speakers learn our language and do not feel distanced from their culture and heritage.
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At the same time, Puducherry Chief Minister and Congress leader V Narayanasamy had also warned Home Minister Amit Shah not to impose Hindi on the South Indian states. Sami had said that we cannot keep the country united by imposing Hindi. He told the news agency ANI that we should respect all religions, cultures and languages and this should be the way to work.
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