Ajay Devgan ji, before shouting at Kiccha Sudeepa, know – Hindi is not our national language, it is official language


Once again a war has broken out over the Hindi language. This time the debate has become between Bollywood legend Ajay Devgan and South cinema star Kiccha Sudeep. Kiccha Sudeepa said in his interview that Hindi is not our national language. Ajay Devgan replied on Twitter to these things of Sudeep and said – Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Not only this, Ajay Devgan also asked him that according to you if Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your mother tongue movies by dubbing them in Hindi? However, Kichha has also responded to these things of Ajay Devgan. But would also like to tell you here that whatever Ajay Devgan has said is based on facts and constitutionally wrong. Let us tell you that Hindi is not really the national language of our country.

Hindi is not the national language of the country
Most of the people in India think that Hindi is the national language of our country. Hindi is spoken and understood by a large number of people in the country, yet the truth is that it is not the national language of the country. Hindi is the official language, which was launched by Mahatma Gandhi to make it the national language. Let us know, what is the difference between official language, national language and mother tongue.

What is the official language, national language and mother tongue
Official language means the language in which the work of the state is done, while the national language is that language which is spoken and understood by most of the regions and more population of a nation or country. That is, the language which represents the whole country. Apart from this, mother tongue is the language that is spoken in the place of birth and family of a person.

There is no consensus on which language should be made the national language.

India is a country of different languages, where each state has its own identity. Hindi got the status of official language on 14 September 1949, but it could not be made the national language. While the campaign to make Hindi the national language went on for a long time, but there is no mention of it in the constitution. When the preparations for making the constitution were going on from 1946-1949, only then the debate started as to in which language it would be prepared. There was no consensus on which language should be made the national language. While the discussion about Hindi intensified, the people of South India were against it.

Violent protests erupted in Tamil Nadu
The people of South India were against making it the national language and even warned of partition of the country. After much debate, the Constituent Assembly came to the conclusion that the official language of India would be Hindi (Devanagiri script), but 15 years after the Constitution came into force, that is, till 1965, the official work would be done in the English language. However, there was opposition from the English but not much could be done. Now in the year 1965, a decision was to be taken on the national language and at that time the then Prime Minister Lal Bahadur Shastri had also taken the decision to make Hindi the national language, but once again South India stood against it and then there were violent demonstrations in Tamil Nadu.

Hindi could not become the national language after fierce protests within the country.
It is said that this demonstration took a terrible form and during this time Hindi books started burning in many places of South India. People were ready to give their lives for the Tamil language, after which the Congress Working Committee announced that the state can choose any language for the government work to be done here. After this, it was talked about the use of both Hindi and English languages ​​at the central level. After fierce opposition within the country, Hindi could not become the national language and became the only official language. That is, no language has got the status of national language. There are many states in India where people speak very little Hindi.

Ajay Devgan and Kicha Sudeep debate on Hindi
Now let’s know what happened between Ajay Devgan and Kicha Sudeep. Kichha had said in his interview, ‘Pan India films are being made in Kannada. Hindi is no longer a national language, Pan India films are being done in Bollywood today, he is remaking Telugu and Tamil films, but still struggling after that.

Ajay Devgan wrote a reply to Kichha Sudeep and said, ‘Kiccha Sudeep, my brother, according to you if Hindi is not our national language then why do you release your mother tongue films by dubbing them in Hindi? Hindi was, is and always will be our mother tongue and national language. Jan Gan Man.’ Now what Kicha Sudeep said while replying to Ajay Devgan, it was something like this.

Kichha had written, ‘Sir Ajay Devgan, I understand the text you have written in Hindi and that is because we all have respected, loved and learned Hindi. No insulting sir, but wondering what would have happened if I had typed my answer in Kannada. Aren’t we also from India sir?’

He has also said in his tweet that his words have been taken in the wrong sense, he did not mean to hurt anyone’s sentiments or promote any controversy.

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