Earlier it was said “Hindi speakers sell Panipuri to us,” now Tamil Nadu minister’s treatment – Marathi News | tamil nadu minister Ponmudy clarifies remark on hindi speakers know what he said on his panipuri statement
Tamil Nadu Minister Ponmudy: Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister Ponmudy has made a controversial statement regarding Hindi language. English as a language is more valuable than Hindi, he said. Also, Hindi should be optional, but not compulsory, said Ponmudi, adding that Hindi speakers are selling Panipuri to us. In the meantime, he has taken action on his statement.
“Our statement was about the shortage of jobs in the northern states. People from Tamil Nadu go to work in the northern states. I said this in the sense that different people from the north come and work here as there are no jobs available in the northern states, “Ponmudi said in his statement. Tamil Nadu Higher Education Minister Ponmudi has also jumped into the Hindi language controversy. Ponmudi addressed the convocation ceremony at Bharathiyar University, Coimbatore on Friday. At this time English as a language is more valuable than Hindi. Hindi speaking people are engaged in jobs. Hindi speaking Panipuris are being sold in Coimbatore, he said.
What did Ponmudi say?
Meanwhile, Ponmudi promised to implement the beneficial aspects of the National Education Policy 2020. But the state government claimed to be determined to implement only bilingual system. Governor of Tamil Nadu R.N. While sharing the platform with Ravi, he questioned why Hindi should be learned when English is already being taught as an international language.
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