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Tamil Nadu CM Moved A Resolution Opposing ‘Hindi Imposition’ In The State Assembly

The Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly has introduced a resolution protesting the “imposition” of Hindi in the state by the federal government. The Assembly meeting on Tuesday is likely to result in the resolution’s passage.
According to sources, the resolution calls for the union government to handle all languages “equally.” This comes after a legislative panel suggested that Hindi be used as the primary language of instruction in central educational institutions.

The administration will propose the resolution in the house, Chief Minister MK Stalin said in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi earlier on October 16 in which he claimed that “the recent attempts of the Centre to impose the language were damaging to the integrity of the country.”

The Central government’s imposition of the Hindi language has also drawn criticism from CM Stalin. The CM asked “not to impose another linguistic war on us” while outlining the historical sacrifices made by children in opposition to “Hindi imposition.”

There have been numerous protests and criticisms against the central government’s decision to impose Hindi in the south Indian state. A statewide protest against the decision was announced on October 13 by the DMK’s youth and student section.

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