“Do whatever you want in life, but don’t leave your mother tongue”: Amit Shah

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Union Home Minister Amit Shah said, “The languages ​​of our country have the best grammar, literature, poetry and history and unless we enrich them we cannot improve the future of our country.”

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Vadodara (Gujarat):

Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Saturday asked the youth to never leave their mother tongue. Shah was addressing the graduating students at the 71st convocation of Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda. Along with this, he also asked the students to study the National Education Policy 2020. Speaking in Hindi, he said, “I would like to tell all degree holders that whatever you do in your life, never leave your mother tongue. Come out of this inferiority complex that it (mastering a particular language) will give you acceptance.” Will give.”

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He said, “Language is expression, not substance. It can be any language for expression. When a person thinks, researches and analyzes in his mother tongue, his capacity increases. With analysis it increases his ability to reason and decide.” Also increases the carrying capacity.

The BJP leader said that mother tongue is the best medium for personality development.

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At the same time, Shah said, “The languages ​​of our country have the best grammar, literature, poetry and history and we cannot improve the future of our country until we enrich them.” He said that for this reason PM Narendra Modi thought of ‘making mother tongue compulsory in primary education’ under NEP.

Along with this, he also urged the graduate students to study NEP. He said that this would clear his concepts about the use of his education.

Shah said, “The NEP includes Maharaja Sayajirao’s idea of ​​accessible education, Sardar Patel’s idea of ​​empowerment, Ambedkar’s idea of ​​knowledge, Aurobindo’s idea of ​​cultural and nationalist education and Gandhi’s idea of ​​emphasis on mother tongue.”

He said that Sayajirao Gaekwad III, the former ruler of Baroda State, tried to establish an exemplary governance system.

Union Home Minister said, Dr BR Ambedkar drafted our Constitution, which is ‘one of the best’ in the world. Also Shah said that he could complete it because (early in his life) Maharaja Gaekwad had given him a scholarship.

Shah said that Gaikwad worked for the spread of education, establishment of justice, upliftment of the downtrodden, providing irrigation to farmers and carrying out social reforms. He worked for providing compulsory and free education and laid the foundation of the Faculty of Fine Arts.

The Union Minister claimed that NEP was the first education policy of the country, which did not face any opposition (supporters) of any ideology or political party.

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