Central govt has proved that it will not impose Hindi, says Tamilisai

Chennai: The Central government will not  impose Hindi on Tamilnadu, reiterated BJP State unit president Tamilisai Soundararajan.

Speaking to mediapersons at Chennai airport, she said contrary to what DMK president M K Stalin was stating, the Central government has said it would not impose Hindi on any State in the country.

Flaying Stalin for charging the BJP with practising communal politics, the party’s Tamilnadu unit president said the shoe was on the other foot. It was the DMK that claimed to be secular that was being partial to one religion and ignoring another, she said.

She was alluding to the DMK’s habit of greeting people of Christian and Muslim faith during their festivals and completely ignoring Hindus when they celebrate their festivals.

NT Bureau