Tamil should be made compulsory in all Central govt offices in Tamil Nadu, demands MK Stalin following controversy over Hindi 'imposition'
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Tamil should be made compulsory in all Central govt offices in Tamil Nadu, demands MK Stalin following controversy over Hindi 'imposition'

By Firstpost calender  06-Jun-2019

Tamil should be made compulsory in all Central govt offices in Tamil Nadu, demands MK Stalin following controversy over Hindi 'imposition'

DMK leader MK Stalin, on Wednesday demanded Tamil be made compulsory in all central government offices in Tamil Nadu.
"Now central government is trying to impose Hindi in the name of triple language system. Tamil should be a governing language. The Tamil Language should be compulsory in central government offices," Stalin said.
The DMK leader said this at Quaid-e-Millath's 124th birth anniversary which was celebrated by various political party leaders in Chennai. Quaid-e-Millath was a former member of parliament and President of Indian Union Muslim League (IUML). Stalin said, "Milleth used to say that Constitution should remain as it was formed.

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