Sun. Jul 21st, 2019

‘Enforce Telugu,’ Venkaiah Naidu tells chief ministers of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh

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The VP said that the legislatures must make it mandatory for everybody who needs to work in the states to learn and talk its dialect.

VP Venkaiah Naidu on Friday asked the Telangana and Andhra Pradesh governments to shield Telugu from the peril of different dialects, particularly English, The Times of India announced.

He was talking at the inaugural capacity of the World Telugu Conference 2017. “The connection amongst instruction and openings for work is throwing a shadow on the eventual fate of the Telugu dialect. This is a major issue to be investigated,” he said.

He told the Telangana and Andhra boss clergymen to think of approaches to connect work openings with the native language. “Make it obligatory for everybody who needs to work in Telangana to learn and communicate in Telugu,” he stated, refering to from the discourse of the two states’ Governor ESL Narasimhan. “There is no other route yet to authorize it.”

He additionally applauded Telangana Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao for making Telugu a mandatory subject till Class 12 in schools in the state.

Naidu likewise said that it was a confusion that an English training was expected to thrive in life, as indicated by The Hindu. Refering to the cases of Rao and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu, Venkaiah Naidu stated, “Every one of us considered in Telugu medium.”

This isn’t the first occasion when that Venkaiah Naidu has encouraged individuals to pick their native language over different dialects. In September, he had said that Indians must talk their first language more than English to advance Indian culture as opposed to looking towards the West.

In June, when he was the data and broadcasting clergyman, he was condemned by a few pioneers for alluding to Hindi as the national dialect of the nation. At that point as well, he had said English was given excessively significance.

Article 343 of the Constitution appoints both Hindi and English the status of authority dialects.

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