'Those who have objections to Hindi, should leave the country...', Yogi's minister's big statement on language dispute

Lucknow: Controversy over the Hindi language continues across the country. Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that we should use Hindi as much as possible for communication. After this statement, there were many reactions. Recently, the statements of Ajay Devgn and south film actor Sudeep Kiccha are also in the news. In the same order, now Uttar Pradesh Minister Dr Sanjay Nishad said that those who have objections to Hindi should leave India.  

Sanjay Nishad has said, "Those who want to live in India, they have to love Hindi. If you don't like Hindi, it will be assumed that you are foreign or associated with foreign forces. We respect all regional languages, but this country is one and the Constitution of India says that India is 'Hindustan', which means the place of speakers of Hindi. "Hindustan is not for those who object to Hindi. They should leave this country and go somewhere else.''

Sanjay Nishad further said, "I have respect for all regional languages in my mind, but Hindi is the national language as per the law. The violator of the law should be put behind bars. No matter how big a politician or a big man he is. '

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