Amit shah bats for Hindi as India’s single identity says Nation needs one unifying language
- by Sourav
- Sep 16, 2019 14:59
Indian home minister Amit Shah today took the twitter stressing the prowess of the Hindi language to unify the nation and said that it is pivotal to have one language that could represent India in the world. Today embarking the Hindi Diwas, Amit Shah said that the populous spoken Hindi in the language which can keep us united.
He also emphasized that Hindi should be made our primary tongue stating it is essential to have one language to depict India.
Amit shah tweeted quoting, "India is a country of different languages and every language has its own importance but it is very important to have a language which should become the identity of India in the world. If one language can unite the country today, it is the widely-spoken Hindi language”
Shah with another tweet urging Indians to increase dialect of Hindi more so that the dreams of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel.
He tweeted, “Today, on the occasion of Hindi Day, I appeal to all the citizens of the country that we should increase the use of our mother tongue and also use the Hindi language as one language to realise the dreams of Bapu and iron man Sardar Patel. Happy Hindi Day"
JP Nadda, the BJP working presidents also marked the Hindi Diwas with a tweet saying, "Hindi is the most spoken and understood language across India, which unites all of us in the thread of unity and is also our identity in the world. Wish you all a very Happy Hindi Day. Let us all increase the use of Hindi in our daily lives and inspire others as well."
Randeep Singh Surjewala Congress spokesperson also tweeted about the Hindi Diwas saying, “Hope and desire is Hindi. Hindi is the language that brings everyone together. Wishing all the writers, poets and journalists engaged in the service of Hindi literature, a very Happy Hindi Day."
The Hindi Diwas is marked every year on September 14 highlighting the Hindi language significance in Nation history when legislature constitutes Hindi as the official languages of India.