Senna's Sanjay Laut supports Amit Shah "One country, one language" -Hindi

Senna’s Sanjay Laut supports Amit Shah "One country, one language" -Hindi

Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut today touted “one country, one language,” saying Hindi is spoken and accepted throughout India, and Federal Minister Amit Shah said in all states one. He added that he should accept the challenge that there should be one language.

More than a month has passed since Amit Shah stated that Hindi should be accepted as an alternative to English rather than the local language. The statement was voiced by some prominent political leaders in the southern states and said it was unacceptable to impose Hindi on people. , And called it part of the agenda to weaken the local language.

Mr. Laut spoke here while talking to the media here. This comment denounced Tamil Nadu’s minister of education K Ponmudy’s attempt to impose Hindi a day ago and questioned the claim that learning a language would get a job.

The Minister of Tamil Nadu digs into those who claim that Hindi-learning people will have access to work and asks who sells “Panipuri” in Coimbatore.

Mumbai, which is likely to have a citizenship vote later this year, has a significant number of people from the northern part of the country.