Subramanian Swamy attacks 'moron' Kamal Haasan amid Hindi imposition row

Kamal Haasan launches 'mor(e)on' jibe against Subramanian Swamy after BJP MP calls actor-turned-politician 'moron'

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The battle for our language will be exponentially bigger than that. "India or Tamil Nadu does not need or deserve such a battle", Haasan said.

"When India became the Constitutional Republic in 1950, the government promised the same to the people and no Shah or Sultan or Samrat can attempt to change it". We should respect all languages and cultures equally.

"English is the largest language of all, but Hindi is the largest language of children that speak a second language", Ms Hopkins said. He spoke about the national anthem, written by Rabindranath Tagore, which hails a gamut of languages integral to the Indian nation. "All will suffer because of such shortsighted folly", he said.

Yediyurappa's tweet came after opposition leaders kept up their attacks on the BJP-led national coalition over Amit Shah's description of Hindi as a language that holds the potential to unify the country.

"People justifiably believe that the Home Minister was advancing the idea of "One Nation, One Language", which is unacceptable to a multi-linguistic country like India", the Rajya Sabha member of the Communist Party of India (CPI) wrote in the letter to the prime minister.

"No one in our country can deny the importance of Hindi that has played a significant role in the making of a modern India".

The meet alleged that the home minister himself becoming a "brand ambassador" for Hindi alone, slighting the Eight Schedule of languages in the Constitution, including Tamil, has jeopardised the "basis to linguistic States".

After Amit Shah's proposal to make Hindi compulsory, Kamal Haasan has now join Anti-Hindi debate and warns the centre. MK Stalin hitting out at the Home Minister asserted that he is ready for any sacrifice to oppose "Hindi imposition" in the country.

Speaking at a function on the occasion of "Hindi Diwas", Shah urged people to use Hindi more often to help fulfil dreams of Mahatma Gandhi and Sardar Vallabh Bhai Patel of "one nation, one language".

However Amit Shah stressing over the nationwide imposition of Hindi in a rustic like India which carries the tag Unity in Range' is a strict mockery of the varied cultures, traditions and primary fundamentals that the structure grants the folks.

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