Yediyurappa breaks his silence on Amit Shah's 'one nation, one language' proposal
By The Times Of India 17-Sep-2019
- At last Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa broke his silence over BJP national president Amit Shah’s ‘one nation, one language’ appeal.
- After 48 hours CM writes," All official languages in our country are equal. However, as far as Karnataka is concerned, #Kannada is the principal language. We will never compromise its importance and are committed to promote Kannada and our state’s culture.”
- On Saturday, BJP leader Amit Shah had batted for Hindi as the common language, saying that if any language can unite the country, it is Hindi that is spoken the most.
- Opposition leaders in Karnataka has termed Shah's statement as an attempt to 'impose' Hindi on the state.
- Yediyurappa's statements can be termed as a balanced one because he had to craft a fine caste and regional stability .
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