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The Row over Hindi being the National Language: Justified?

Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement to use Hindi instead of English for communication within India has sparked a row recently.

United South India is just a vehicle to espouse Tamil supremacy and sane Kannadigas want to opt out of it

The new found love of Dravidians for their Southern brethren is a cover to espouse their fundamentalistic agenda using the combined weight of South to push their narrow hate filled agenda. Kannadigas are understandably vary of these campaigns given the history of Anti Karnataka sentiment driven by Tamil Chauvinism and hence would like to take no part in it.

The Hindi debate: Old issue, new packaging

The issue of language has been a big hindrance in the path of constructive discussions on other issues in education system of this country.

The Luddite argument of Southern States over Hindi Language

If the Centre’s introduction is political, Tamil Nadu’s resisting it is also political. As a matter of fact, the Tamil parties are playing politics of language chauvinism.

Where are the guardians?

And to say that Hindi should not be a unifying language of the country is like saying every state should have it's own National Anthem in it's own native tongue!

Will they ever learn?

Since post-partition/ post-independence days in India, there has been continuous attempts by north-Indian lobby, with aid and abetment of GoI, to coronate Hindi as the only official language as also the only representative language of India and Indians.

नई राष्ट्रीय शिक्षा नीति और भाषा विवाद का जिन

यदि हम इसी तरह भाषाई मामलों पर तल्‍खी लाते रहे तो वह दिन दूर नहीं जब भारत के हालात भी यूरोप जैसे हो जाए। इसलिए एक स्‍थायी देश के निर्माण के लिए समाजवाद और राष्‍ट्रवाद दोनों जरूरी हैं, भाषाई विवाद नहीं।

The serpent of hate Hindi politics in Tamil Nadu

It is so unfortunate that several people of the state are still supporting the party (DMK) which is destroying the state by infusing hatred against a language that is being used widely all over India.

Why not Hindi?

Do we once again fall into this trap and get divided or do we say enough and believe that we all are Indians and the division is only in the eyes of those liberals who try to influence us?

Is the BJP’s politics of language inclusive?

Article analyses the party’s past stance in Parliament and contributions made in promoting other Linguistic minorities.

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