At this time, the controversy over language has been deepened in India, amidst the ongoing controversy over Hindi in this episode, BJP leader Pon Radhakrishnan has said that my desire to be a Tamilian is that we develop our language. He said that if we improve our language status and spread it in all the states, Tamil can also become a national language.
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However, in the end, it also said that we have to accept a language for communication. Radhakrishnan's statement has come at a time when protests are being organized in Tamil Nadu on behalf of the opposition. Actor-turned-politician Kamal Haasan has also come forward. In the past, MNM leader Kamal Haasan had said that if there is a tussle over the language, then a bigger movement will break out of Jallikattu. Earlier, BJP leader Radhakrishnan had called the Tamil people 'ungrateful'.
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Earlier in his statement, actor-turned-politician Rajinikanth had said that Hindi or any other language should not be forced on him. Due to this, no southern state will adopt the Hindi language. However, he advocated a common language in the country. He said this is good for the unity and development of the country. In fact, Shah had said on the occasion of Hindi Day that today if any one language can do the work of tying the country with the door of unity, then it is the most spoken Hindi language.
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The politics of the country was once again heated up on the statement of BJP President Amit Shah. Several opposition leaders, including DMK President MK Stalin and former Karnataka Chief Minister and Congress leader Siddaramaiah, had given sharp reactions. However, later the BJP president had made it clear that he had never spoken of imposing Hindi on regional languages. I had requested to learn Hindi as a second language.
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