Sanjay Raut: ‘I also speak Hindi’, the policy of one country, one constitution, one language should be implemented, Sanjay Raut’s appeal to Amit Shah

Mumbai: Tamil Nadu Education Minister K Ponmudy insulted the Hindi language and said that Hindi speakers sell Panipuri. This is their language. His statement has angered people across the country. Now Shivsena leader Sanjay Raut has also jumped in this controversy. On this issue, Raut has demanded from Union Home Minister Amit Shah that now the rule of one country, one constitution, one language should be implemented in the country. Taking a dig at Ponmudi, Raut said that Hindi is the most spoken language in the country. Therefore everyone should respect and respect Hindi.

He said that my party and I also respect Hindi language. When I get a chance to speak in Parliament, I speak in Hindi only. So that my words can reach all the people of the country. That’s why it is necessary to respect Hindi. So Amit Shah should pay heed to my demand.

Uddhav Thackeray’s huge public meeting
A huge public meeting of Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray is to be held today in BKC area of ​​the country’s financial capital Mumbai. What will Uddhav Thackeray say in this meeting? The eyes of Shiv Sena’s allies and opposition parties are also on this. Meanwhile, Raut has also made a tweet. He wrote in his tweet, ‘Looks like I’ll have to get back on the field again. Some people have forgotten our style. Jai maharashtra today revolutionary day.

What did the Tamil Nadu minister say?
Tamil Nadu Education Minister Ponmudi made a controversial statement in the context of Hindi on Friday. He had said that people who speak Hindi language would have got jobs, then why would they come here and sell panipuri? He made this statement in a public program. In which the governor was also present there. In this program, the Minister had also asked the question that who sells Panipuri. Tension has arisen because of this statement.