All the legal rights, respect and importance, granted by the statute to other official languages in their respective states must also be conferred upon Marathi in Maharashtra. “We do not ask for anything more, but we shall not settle for anything less too”. Can such a demand be termed as improper, illegal or immoral by any standards?
The complete article by Shri. Saleel Kulkarni is available at the link given below.
1. This article is Based on the article published on the 15th November 2009 in the Marathi Daily “Loksatta”.
2. You may please check out at the following link, a copy of the communication received subsequently from the Department of Official Language, Ministry of Home, confirming that there is no provision in the Constitution of India declaring Hindi as the National Language of India.
3. The article by Shri. Shashi Tharoor referred to in the above article can be found at the link given below.
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