Now Hindi is an official language in the UN. Will our own states in the country, in particular Tamil Nadu, accept Hindi as the official language, probably not.
A FATHER in a small town had 9 sons, a good family. Later on, the father and the eldest son developed a taste in politics. Both of them were lucky enough to get tickets in the Assembly Election. but from different parties. Father had the support of Congress while BJP obliged the son on their ticket. Thus, where is the unity? Both the father and the son will ask even their own family members for their vote and the support.
Now Hindi is an official language in the UN. Will our own states in the country, in particular Tamil Nadu, accept Hindi as the official language, probably not. Please check up with Third Party Leader CM Jaya or Karunanidhi for their comment. Thus do we hope that Hindi will get the official reorganization in UN Assembly?
Even after 60 years the Govt couldn’t make children of top North Indian Leaders study in Hindi Medium. We live in contradictions. We would rejoice Hindi accepted by us but we would not accept Hindi in all states. Name changing at times accent is acquired with efforts, Children can not speak, read and write their mother tongue, They do not like the ethnic food and mothers proudly announce that her children be given pasta or pizza.
Everywhere is the same crowd - the children growing up with Maggi, Noodles and Complan or Horlicks for nutrition, the Mothers here too proudly say that kids do not like bengali / marathi / andhra food, while in some traditional families it does not happen though they grow up in same neighbourhood, go to same school.
We like to have dual citizenship and voting right in India though we are US Citizen but may not have voted while in India. How can we accept the result when we are not united even at our homes?