DMK chief MK Stalin asks PM to clarify Shah' statement on Hindi

14 Sep 2019 01:54 PM

DMK chief MK Stalin asks PM to clarify Shah' statement on Hindi

Updated 14 Sep 2019 01:54 PM

Expressing his discomfort over Shah's statement, Stalin said, "We have been continuously waging a protest against the imposition of Hindi. Today's remarks made by Amit Shah gave us a jolt, it will affect the unity of the country. We demand that he takes his sentence back." Adding on, he said, "Day after tomorrow we will be holding our executive party meeting where will be take up this issue further." This is not the first time as the DMK leader had been outspoken on the imposition of Hindi several times in the past.

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