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Stalin demand Tamil be made an official language in all central government offices

According to PTI report Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam chief MK Stalin demanded on Wednesday that Tamil be made an official language in all central government offices
 
Stalin had earlier claimed that the Centre was trying to impose Hindi through the three-language formula.
 
“We should take a vow on this day to make Tamil an official language in central government offices,” Stalin said at an event to pay homage to former Indian Union Muslim League president Muhammad Ismail on his 124th birth anniversary.
 
DMK leader who had swept TN poll with 53% swing in his favour and with highest net votes victory margin of about 1.2 Crores votes for 38 seats out of 39 seats DMK alliance contested
 
Stalin also said that the DMK will continue to push for this cause. On Tuesday, the leader of the Opposition in the Tamil Nadu Assembly had proposed to implement Dravidian icon CN Annadurai’s “two-language formula” across India,
 
Taken aback by sudden development of anti Hindi sentiments mood across in south India On Saturday, Minister of Human Resource Development Ramesh Pokhriyal refuted rumours that the government was planning to impose Hindi in non-Hindi-speaking states.
 
Stalin said that the draft was dropped after widespread opposition from Tamils. He had also described it as a “greedy and wrong thing” that will cause a disaster.
 
Stalin had said that Hindi was not in the blood of people from Tamil Nadu and that his party would wage a war against the government at the Centre if they pushed for Hindi to be taught in schools.
 
A panel of experts led by former Indian Space Research Organisation chief Krishnaswamy Kasturirangan had suggested that students in non-Hindi speaking states learn a regional language, Hindi, and English. Students in Hindi-speaking states, on the other hand, would be taught Hindi, English, and a modern Indian language from another part of the country, the panel proposed.
 
Several leaders across party lines opposed this draft education policy as it was seen as an attempt to impose Hindi on students.
 
It is to be noted DMK has waged Anti Hindi agitation and lost more than 70 people for Tamil cause
 
In Tamil Nadu, a two-language formula, comprising Tamil and English, has been followed since 1968 ever since the DMK rose to power in 1967 under the leadership of Annadurai.
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