TN strong in its stand on two-language formula, says Edappadi K. Palaniswami
By The Hindu 16-Aug-2019
After hoisting the national tricolour in the historic Fort St. George, the seat of power of the State government, Mr. Palaniswami said: “I assert that the State government would oppose any scheme that affected the people of the State and would be a frontrunner in protecting people’s interests.”
Elaborating on Tamil Nadu government’s position against Hindi, Mr. Palaniswami recalled in 1968, under then Chief Minister C.N. Annadurai, Tamil Nadu government had passed a resolution in the Assembly to remove Hindi and allow only two language policy with Tamil and English.
In 1986 too, under Chief Minister M.G. Ramachandran, Tamil Nadu government passed a resolution in support of the two-language formula. During her tenure, then Chief Minister Jayalalithaa too had the State was firm against imposing Hindi on non-Hindi speaking States and that it would continue to fight against such attempts, Mr. Palaniswami pointed out.
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