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Tamilnadu : CM MK Stalin wrote a warning letter to PM Modi, said- If Hindi is imposed in the state, there will be agitation in Delhi

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin has written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday. Through this letter, CM Stalin has warned the Prime Minister of protest in Delhi against the central government for imposition of Hindi in the state. Stalin said in the letter, the number of people speaking languages ​​other than Hindi is numerically more than Hindi speaking people in India. I am sure you will appreciate that every language has its own specialty with its own uniqueness and linguistic culture.

The Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu said, the Central Government should include all languages ​​including Tamil in the 8th Schedule, keeping in view the scientific development and technical facilities and promoting all languages ​​and open to progress in terms of education and employment for the speakers. You should keep your way. Stalin also requested that efforts to impose Hindi in the various ways recommended in the report could not be carried forward. Stalin warned that the party would protest against the BJP-led Center in Delhi if Hindi was imposed in the state.

Significantly, a Central Parliamentary Panel headed by Union Home Minister Amit Shah has recently recommended that Hindi as the medium of instruction in technical and non-technical higher education institutions like IITs in Hindi speaking states and the respective regional languages ​​in other parts of the country. Should be The panel also recommended that Hindi should be one of the official languages ​​of the United Nations.