No language ought to both be imposed or opposed: Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu


Vice President M Venkaiah Naidu on Monday known as for equal respect to all of the languages and emphasised that no language ought to be both imposed or opposed. Addressing an internet occasion organised by Madhuban Educational Books on the event of Hindi Divas 2020, the Vice President stated that each one our languages have a wealthy historical past and we ought to be pleased with our language variety and cultural heritage.

Mentioning that Mahatma Gandhi had discovered the Dakshin Bharat Hindi Prachar Sabha in 1918, the Vice President emphasised that Hindi and different Indian languages ought to be seen as complementary to one another. To improve goodwill, love and affection among the many residents, Shri Naidu recommended that college students from non-Hindi talking states ought to study Hindi and the scholars from Hindi talking states ought to study yet another Indian language resembling Tamil, Telugu, Kannada and many others.

Expressing happiness over the significance given to mom tongue in NEP-2020, the Vice President known as for offering training in mom tongue for inclusive training. “This helps the children in learning and understanding the subject better and they are able to express themselves better”, he stated.

Noting that training in mom tongue would necessitate the straightforward availability of fine books in Hindi and different Indian languages, the Vice President stated publishing homes can have an essential function on this. Expressing the necessity for all Indian languages to develop collectively, Naidu known as upon the publishers and educators to work for enhancing dialogue between our languages.