Discussion in 'Tamil Nadu' started by Minion, Oct 18, 2020.
Post #233 was a sarcastic post, I think you did not get it, but you got the message.
I got that and that is the whole reason I call you judgemental . Judgemental on me by calling me a "Jalra" to the government just with my second post ..grow up!
You expressed your view
I expressed my view.
Look at the arrogance, this is Tripura, official languages Bengali, English and Kokborok; this is what Hindi does to the regional languages
What is the context of his anger.
The wedding ceremony was supposed to end at 10 pm. Around this covid times, people have to be more careful.
He is talking mainly in English.
Terrorism, boorish: West Tripura DM forcibly stops wedding; BJP MLAs demand his suspension
‘Didn’t Intend To Hurt Anyone’s Sentiments’: Tripura DM Issues Apology For Disrupting Wedding Ceremony
When he is using abusive words he is using English rest of the time he is using Hindi.
I usually avoid being sucked into these discussions but this one has piqued my interest a bit too much.
Lemme ask this:
Is your issue that Tamil is not present on important documents
Is your issue that Hindi is present?
They are two different things.
Its not that simple, the center is systematically focused on eradicating a language and culture by doing everything it has in its control. Every state has the right to decide what they want language they want in their official document.
If you mean Centre issued documents, then I agree that a local language should be included on all those document making them tri-lingual. Belgian passport, for example, is trilingual because of diversity of its population. India can do so as well.
A passport in Hindi and English with option to include some text in another Indian language.
If you mean state issued documents, currently they are in English and local language OR English.