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Resolution passed in Tamil Nadu Assembly against Hindi, BJP MLAs walkout

Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin introduced a resolution in the state assembly against the imposition of Hindi. This motion has also been passed. He said that this House urges the Central Government not to implement the recommendations made in the report of the Parliamentary Committee on Official Language submitted by its Speaker to the President. These recommendations are against the languages ​​of other states including Tamil and also against the interest of the people speaking those languages.

BJP did walkout
BJP MLAs from the state staged a walkout after the Tamil Nadu Assembly passed a resolution against the imposition of Hindi.

Stalin wrote a letter to PM Modi
Earlier, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin had also written a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi. He said in the letter that efforts to impose Hindi in various ways recommended in the Parliamentary Report should not be carried forward. By doing so, the glorious flame of Indian unity can be kept high forever, he said.

Kerala CM also wrote a letter
Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan also wrote a letter to the Prime Minister in this matter. He said that the essence of India is defined by the concept of ‘unity in diversity’, which embraces cultural and linguistic diversity. He said, promoting one language over others will destroy the integrity of India. He demanded the withdrawal of such efforts.

CPI MP also wrote letter to PM
Communist Party of India (CPI) Rajya Sabha MP from Kerala Binoy Viswam has expressed his opposition to the report of the Parliamentary Committee on Hindi. In a letter to the Prime Minister, he has said that the recommendation of the committee will cause irreparable damage to the ‘Idea of ​​India’. The central tenet of the report is ‘Hindi for Hindustan’, which outright rejects India’s diversity. He said that the compulsion of Hindi in educational institutions will affect the students of non-Hindi states.