September 15, 2013 admin

Hindi is the national language of India: Tarun Chugh

 Give respect to Hindi language from heart 

“Hindi is our mother tongue as well as nation’s single link language hence 
it is duty of all the citizens of the country to give it respect from their 
heart.”  This was said by BJP State general secretary Sh. Tarun Chugh in 
a function on the occasion of ‘Hindi Diwas’ organized by Shri Guru Teg 
Bahadur Collage, Amritsar on Saturday. Sh. Chugh reminded the students 
that on September 14, 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India unanimously 
resolved that Hindi would be the national language of India. "At the 
recommendation of the Committee on National Language, September 14 is 
observed as ‘Hindi Diwas’ annually in the entire country," he added.  Sh. 
Chugh says we should not compare Hindi language with the other regional 
languages like Punjabi, Marathi and Gujarati, as these regional languages are 
sisters of Hindi language. 
       Sh. Chugh said that Hindi language fights only with English language as 
Hindi is the second most spoken language of the world. Sh. Chugh informed 
that 80 percent people of the United Arab Emirates, Nepal, Mauritius, 
Pakistan, Fizi, Ghana, Surinam know and understand Hindi language. 
 “Knowing and speaking Hindi language people exist in huge numbers 
in 28 big countries of the world,” Chugh claimed. Meanwhile Sh. Chugh 
said that the Hindi language was borne from God Shiva’s damru and so 
many research papers had been conducted on Hindi language. “Even tenth 
Guru Sh. Guru Gobind Singh wrote his biography in Hindi Language 
titled ‘Bachitar Natak’. Emphasizing on Hindi language Sh. Chugh told 
the students they should speak Hindi language rather than English in the 
collage and daily routine.  Others who attended the function Nanak Singh, 
Councilors Jarnail Singh, Lavinder Bunty, Chander Shekhar sharma, Rakesh 
Vaid, Sarabjit Shanty, Pradeep Sareen, harsh Khanna, Davinder Heera, 
Janardhan Sharma, Deepak Makhija, Naval Suman and Gourav Mahajan etc.
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