Sanjay Raut supports Amit Shah amid language dispute; Emphasis on ‘one nation, one language’

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Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on May 14 advocated ‘one nation, one language’ and said that Hindi is spoken and widely accepted across India. The Shiv Sena leader further said that Union Home Minister Amit Shah should accept the challenge and implement one language in all states.

Sanjay Raut’s statement comes after Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s statement that Hindi should be accepted as an alternative to English instead of the local language, a statement that many prominent political leaders of the southern states of the country said. There was strong criticism from leaders who said that forcing Hindi on the people was unacceptable and was part of a plan to dilute regional languages.

Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Raut made this remark while talking to reporters. A day before his remarks, Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister K. Ponmudi courted a major controversy on Thursday. Making a shocking statement, he said, “Many people say that if you speak Hindi, you will get a job. Have you got a job? Look in Coimbatore, or anywhere, only people selling pani puri speak in Hindi. Huh …”

Hindi is the language of the nation: Sanjay Raut of Shiv Sena

When asked about the Tamil Nadu minister’s remarks, Sanjay Raut said that his party has always respected Hindi. Sanjay Raut said, “Whenever I get a chance in the House, I speak in Hindi. Because the country should listen to what I want to say, it is the language of the country. Hindi is the only language which is accepted And it’s spoken.”

Sanjay Raut further said, “Union Home Minister Amit Shah should accept the challenge that all states should have one language. There should be one country, one constitution, one mark and one language.”

Shiv Sena spokesperson Sanjay Raut further said that the rally of Maharashtra Chief Minister and Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray on May 14 will be historic and revolutionary. The Shiv Sena chief will clear all allegations leveled against the party by those political rivals who were spoiling the atmosphere in Maharashtra.

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