Hindi won’t be forced: Edu minister to students

  • | Wednesday | 18th September, 2019

By Express News ServiceBENGALURU: In an interaction held with 58 students from Classes 9 and 10, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education Suresh Kumar was bombarded with questions about Union Home Minister Amit Shah’s controversial ‘one nation, one language’ statement. The students asked if Hindi would be imposed on the entire nation. Assuring the students that Kannada would not be compromised on, Kumar said, “Hindi Diwas mentioned by Amit Shah has been celebrated for years and is not new. To this, the minister assured that a second set of textbooks will be distributed. Some students said they had issues with students scoring less but still getting admissions through SC/ST quota, while those scoring higher do not make it through the general category.

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