Frail Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah accused the BJP leaders of imposing Hindi. He slammed the recount authorities for the usage of Hindi on the legitimate net bellow of Kannada and Tradition department.
Frail Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah (Photograph: File)
- Frail Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah slammed BJP over Hindi imposition
- The department rapidly made modifications on the uncover bellow after his criticism
- Score out of the seems to be that Hindi is the national language, he said
Frail Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah slammed the recount BJP authorities for the usage of Hindi on the legitimate net bellow of the Kannada and Tradition department. “BJP leaders of Karnataka, you favor to make self-admire that you are Kannadigas,” the Congress leader said.
Siddaramaiah had tagged a screenshot of the department’s homepage that had ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’, ‘Azadi Ka Amrut Mahotsav’ and ‘Bharat Sarkar Sanskriti Mantralaya (Ministry of Tradition, Executive of India)’, in Hindi.
“After I cracked the whip, the authorities has wakened and eliminated Hindi from the uncover bellow of the Kannada and Tradition Division. Leaders of @BJP4Karnataka, you favor to make self admire that you are Kannadigas. This is never any longer one thing you favor to be taught. Score out of the seems to be that Hindi is the national language,” he said in a tweet.
— Siddaramaiah (@siddaramaiah) August 6, 2022
“Is it the Division of Kannada and Tradition within the recount or the Division of Hindi and Tradition,” he puzzled on social media.
Rapidly after his criticism, the department rapidly made modifications on the uncover bellow. He accused the BJP leaders of imposing the Hindi language within the recount and insulting Kannada to assuage the BJP Central leaders.
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