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MADURAI: Madurai MP Su Venkatesan has despatched again a letter he obtained from the Union ministry of tradition as its contents have been in Hindi. The letter was despatched to him searching for suggestions for the Gandhi Peace Prize.
In a letter to Union minister of state for tradition Prahlad Singh Patel dated February 27, Venkatesan said that he couldn’t perceive its contents. From the shape connected with the letter, which was in English, he understood that he was requested to ship suggestions for the Gandhi Peace Prize.
The MP said that he had registered his protest a number of occasions earlier for sending communication in Hindi from numerous ministries. It was a violation of the Official Language Implementation Act, he stated.
Venkatesan had approached the Madras excessive court docket. The Union Government had expressed remorse within the court docket and guaranteed that every one future communications can be in English.
“At least officials of the ministry should have had the sensitivity on the issue keeping in mind the multicultural and multilingual heritage of this great nation. I doubt whether this kind of approach is deliberate on the part of the Government of India to implement their project of imposing Sanskrit and Hindi on the people of non-Hindi speaking states of India particularly Tamil Nadu,” he stated.
He stated Tamil Nadu has a novel historical past of preventing such makes an attempt to impose Hindi and lots of sacrifices had been made. Hence, folks wouldn’t get drained and struggle the makes an attempt to weaken their resolve to maintain their identification and nice tradition, he added.
The MP said that he was sending again the letter and requested the minister to advise his officers to not resort to such provocative measures in future.

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