constitution: Constitution does not consider Hindi as national language: Yogendra Yadav | India News

UDUPI: Activist Yogendra Yadav said that efforts are being made to impose Hindi in India, and thereby divide people. He was speaking at a ‘Sahabalve Samavesha’, a convention for communal harmony, organised by Sahabalve Udupi and Sauharda Sanghatanegalu, in Udupi on Saturday.
“A section is trying to divide the nation by creating first-class and second-class citizens. While the first-class citizens will be the owner of the land, the second-class citizens will be the tenants. Some of my friends in Delhi say that Hindi is our national language. Has it been written in the Constitution that Hindi should be our ‘Rashtra Bhasha?’’ It is not there in the Constitution. They are trying to impose Hindi, and thereby trying to treat those who speak Hindi as the owners of the land, and all others as tenants. It will never happen. We should declare here in Udupi, that there is no tenant…

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