Language War Breaks Out Between Home Minister Amit Shah And DMK Chief MK Stalin

Stalin said that the Home Minister is claiming that Hindi is a unifying language in a diverse country like India, which is completely inappropriate.

Neel Raju Nalawade

September 15, 2020

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Recently, a war over language broke out between DMK (Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam) Chief MK Stalin and Home Minister Amit Shah. DMK Chief MK Stalin lashed out at Amit Shah after he called Hindi a unifying language on the eve of Hindi Diwas. Shah also urged the political leaders and administrators to use Hindi as a medium of instruction. After the Home Minister’s speech, Stalin said, “Home Minister claims that Hindi is a unifying language in India! How is this possible in a country with diverse cultures getting unified by the Hindi language which is spoken only in a few states?”

Further, Stalin stated that Amit Shah should understand that the Hindi language is spoiling the concept of ‘Unity in Diversity’ in India. He also said that the Home Minister should currently focus more on saving the people from the novel Coronavirus rather than trying to save the Hindi language.

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