Updates from Amit Shah Varanasi visit: Amit Shah will address All India official language conference in Hastkala Sankul Varanasi – said Amit Shah – I like Hindi more than Gujarati, we need to strengthen our official language


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Varanasi

Published by: Geetarjuna Gautam
Updated Sat, Nov 13, 2021 12:39 PM IST

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Interior Minister Amit Shah is on a two-day visit to Varanasi. Today he is addressing the All India Official Languages ​​Conference. The Chief Minister, Yogi Adityanath, is also with him.

Interior Minister Amit Shah at the All India Official Languages ​​Conference in Hastkala Sankul.
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Interior Minister Amit Shah addresses the All India Official Languages ​​Conference at Hastkala Sankul in Varanasi. He said that we had made the decision to hold the All India Official Languages ​​Conference outside of Delhi in the year 2019. Due to the Crown period, we were unable to do so, but today I am glad that this new auspicious beginning is going to happen at the feast of the nectar of independence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Amrit Mahotsav must not only inspire the younger generation by rejuvenating the memory of the people who gave the country freedom, but it is also a year of determination for us.

Amit Shah said that under the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi, I want to call on all the people of the country to remember one of our goals for self-language, which we missed and make it part of our lives. There is no contradiction between Hindi and all of our local languages. He said I like Hindi better than Gujarati. We need to strengthen our official language.

The interior minister said earlier attempts were made to create many controversies for the Hindi language, but that time is now over. PM Modi has proudly worked to replace our languages ​​around the world.

The Interior Minister said that the country that loses its language, that country also loses its civilization, its culture and its original thought. Countries that lose their original thinking cannot contribute to the progress of the world. India has the largest number of spoken writing languages ​​in the world. We have to move them forward.

The stronger and richer the language, the more extensive and powerful the culture and civilization will be. Attachment to your language and never be ashamed to use your language, it is a matter of pride.

Shah said: ‘I want to say with pride that today there is not a single file in the Interior Ministry, which is written or read in English, we have fully accepted the official language. Many departments are also moving in this direction.

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Interior Minister Amit Shah addresses the All India Official Languages ​​Conference at Hastkala Sankul in Varanasi. He said that we had made the decision to hold the All India Official Languages ​​Conference outside of Delhi in the year 2019. Due to the Crown period, we were unable to do so, but today I am glad that this new auspicious beginning is going to happen at the feast of the nectar of independence.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that Amrit Mahotsav must not only inspire the younger generation by rejuvenating the memory of the people who gave the country freedom, but it is also a year of determination for us.

Amit Shah said that under the Amrit Mahotsav of Azadi, I want to call on all the people of the country to remember one of our goals for self-language, which we missed and make it part of our lives. There is no contradiction between Hindi and all of our local languages. He said I like Hindi better than Gujarati. We need to strengthen our official language.

The interior minister said earlier attempts were made to create many controversies for the Hindi language, but that time is now over. PM Modi has proudly worked to replace our languages ​​around the world.


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