Udhayanidhi Stalin On Hindi: Tamil Nadu government minister and DMK leader Udhayanidhi Stalin has now targeted Amit Shah over Hindi after Sanatan. Chief Minister MK Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi accused Union Home Minister Amit Shah of imposing Hindi and said that this language ‘spoken only in 4-5 states’ does not unite the country.
Criticizing Union Minister Amit Shah’s remarks on Hindi, Udhayanidhi Stalin on Thursday (September 14) said, “It is absurd to claim that Hindi spoken only in four to five states unites the entire Indian Union.” Is.”
What did Amit Shah say?
The Union Home Minister said on the occasion of Hindi Day on 14 September that India is a country with diverse languages. Hindi unites the diversity of languages in the world’s largest democracy. Shah said Hindi has never and will never compete with any other Indian language and a strong country will emerge only by strengthening all its languages. The Home Minister expressed confidence that Hindi will become a medium to empower all the local languages.
Udhayanidhi’s counterattack on Shah’s remarks
On Amit Shah’s comment, Udhayanidhi Stalin wrote in Tamil on social media platform Is. This attitude is a changed form of the noise made against Hindi."
The DMK leader further questioned that in Tamil Nadu it is Tamil and in the neighboring state Kerala the language is Malayalam. How is Hindi connecting these two states? How is it empowering? Putting the hashtag StopHindiImposition, he wrote that Amit Shah should stop insulting non-Hindi languages by calling them provincial languages.