Hathras: Hindi Should Be Made Mandatory In Government Work

Samvad News Agency, Sikandrarau/Hathras.
Hindi is the identity of our identity, it is very sad that Hindi language is not getting the respect it deserves. There will hardly be any language, which the residents of the respective region do not feel proud to adopt, but there is a struggle going on in Hindi for Hindi.
To give respect to Hindi, the biggest need is that it should be made mandatory in government work. Attention should also be paid to making Hindi an employable language, so that the new generation can join it and become a participant in its upliftment.
The British ruled the country for a long time. During this, many efforts were made to eradicate Hindi and reduce its use, but after the country got independence, the rulers have not worked for Hindi at all. Had he made a meaningful effort in this regard, this condition of Hindi would not have happened. It is a matter of happiness that at present the use of Hindi is increasing continuously.
-Virendra Singh Rana, MLA
Tamil speakers strongly opposed making Hindi the official language. They felt that if Hindi became compulsory, the existence of Tamil language would disappear. In fact our rulers have proved unsuccessful in convincing the Tamil speakers. After this, governments have started feeling afraid to work on this subject. We have to continuously make meaningful efforts for the upliftment of Hindi.
– Laxman Sengar, social worker
Present government is providing technical education in Hindi. This will give strength to Hindi. It is not that there is a dearth of people who want Hindi in the country, but the influence of Englishism is so dominating on us that we feel hesitant to speak our own language. We have to get out of this mindset. Only then will Hindi be encouraged.
-Vikas Varshney, Youth
Hindi is our main language. There are many different languages ​​running in the country. No one has any objection to this, but what is the problem in adopting Hindi. NRIs speak Hindi proudly in other countries. We should take lessons from them. Hindi is the only means to connect with the soil of our country, so let’s adopt Hindi and inspire others to adopt it too.
-Uday Pundhir, Social Activist

Vikas Varshney.– Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

Laxman Sengar.

Laxman Sengar.– Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

Virender Singh Rana.

Virender Singh Rana. – Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

Samvad News Agency, Sikandrarau/Hathras.

Hindi is the identity of our identity, it is very sad that Hindi language is not getting the respect it deserves. There will hardly be any language, which the residents of the respective region do not feel proud to adopt, but there is a struggle going on in Hindi for Hindi.

To give respect to Hindi, the biggest need is that it should be made compulsory in government work. Attention should also be paid to making Hindi an employable language, so that the new generation can join it and become a participant in its upliftment.

The British ruled the country for a long time. During this, many efforts were made to eradicate Hindi and reduce its use, but after the country got independence, the rulers have not worked for Hindi at all. Had he made a meaningful effort in this regard, this condition of Hindi would not have happened. It is a matter of happiness that at present the use of Hindi is increasing continuously.

-Virendra Singh Rana, MLA

Tamil speakers strongly opposed making Hindi the official language. They felt that if Hindi became compulsory, the existence of Tamil language would disappear. In fact our rulers have proved unsuccessful in convincing the Tamil speakers. After this, governments have started feeling afraid to work on this subject. We have to continuously make meaningful efforts for the upliftment of Hindi.

– Laxman Sengar, social worker

Present government is providing technical education in Hindi. This will give strength to Hindi. It is not that there is a dearth of people who want Hindi in the country, but the influence of Englishism is so dominating on us that we feel hesitant to speak our own language. We have to get out of this mindset. Only then will Hindi be encouraged.

-Vikas Varshney, Youth

Hindi is our main language. There are many different languages ​​running in the country. No one has any objection on this, but what is the problem in adopting Hindi. NRIs speak Hindi proudly in other countries. We should take lessons from them. Hindi is the only means to connect with the soil of our country, so let’s adopt Hindi and inspire others to adopt it too.

-Uday Pundhir, Social Activist

Vikas Varshney.

Vikas Varshney.– Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

Laxman Sengar.

Laxman Sengar.– Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

Virendra Singh Rana.

Virender Singh Rana. – Photo : SIKANDHRA RAHU

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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