BJP Crackdown on Hindi Issue Widens, Protests Storm in Tamil Nadu

BJP Crackdown on Hindi Issue Widens: Linguistically, English is very close to South India. Not only different parts of India, but also foreigners can be easily communicated using English.

BJP Crackdown on Hindi Issue Widens

The language divide in the BJP is getting wider and wider. Earlier, the northeastern states had said they would not accept the imposition of Hindi. This time the same tune is also in Tamil Nadu. The BJP leaders there have also made it clear to the party’s central leaders that they will not accept the imposition of Hindi.

South India has always been vocal against Hindi. Although he agreed to accept Sanskrit, accepting Hindi is practically a bow to North India. That is the idea of ​​South India. The South has its own culture. The people of the south were not allowed to touch the north there. In this case, linguistically, English is very close to South India. Not only different parts of India, but also foreigners can be easily communicated using English. Animosity towards English in post-colonial India, South India never supported. Rather, the hatred of the South towards the Hindi of Gobalaya. There has been no less bloodshed in the past.

The current problem is the BJP’s partisan application of Hindi across India. This has been made more clear in the recent meeting on the application of official language. The meeting was chaired by Amit Shah, one of the central leaders of the BJP. He is the head of the National Education Policy Determination Committee. From that position, Shah said that Hindi should be made compulsory in the whole country. And that is the objection of the northeastern states. Objection to Tamil Nadu. Tamil Nadu BJP leader K Annamalai made it clear on Wednesday while sitting in the party’s state office (BJP Crackdown on Hindi Issue Widens).

The entire state of Tamil Nadu is against the BJP’s suppression of Hindi. Hindi can be learned if you want for education or work. But, it cannot be forced. No Tamil Nadu BJP leader speaks Hindi. Tamil Nadu people do not have to learn Hindi to prove themselves Indian. Annamalai claims that Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not support this policy. Annamalai’s allegation that the whole issue is being put on the shoulders of the Congress, the Gandhi family has been politicizing the issue of Hindi for the last 40 years. And realizing that, Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not support the policy of imposing Hindi.

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