Himachal Pradesh Governor Shiv Pratap Shukla said at a reception organized by “Mumbai Hindi Speaking Society” at Yashwant Rao Chavan Auditorium on the occasion of Hindi Day in Navi Mumbai that I am proud to be a Sanatani Hindu. He said that we have to think how to protect Sanatan. Responding to those commenting on Sanatan, he said that people think that they can get votes by saying something about Sanatan, that’s why some people are saying that.
The Prime Minister of England reminded
He said that recently I was in a program in Rae Bareli, there also I spoke about being proud of being a Sanatani Hindu. Talking about British Prime Minister Rishi Singh’s values, he said that the culture of this country envisioned happiness for everyone. He said that the prime minister of England, a developed country, worships in the temple and some people of the country question the Sanatan.
Statement by Himachal Governor Shiv Pratap Shukla
“Hindi Connects India”
The governor said that Hindi is the mantra of country’s aspirations. Hindi is the point of the country. All the revolutionaries in the Azadi movement exalted Hindi, so Hindi was made the official language i.e. the working language. In countries where English is spoken, Hindi is becoming increasingly dominant. He said that it is necessary that the administrative, scientific and technical work of the country should be in Hindi language. The condition of Hindi in the last several decades is pathetic. We shy away from speaking our own language, then where is the work in that language?
He said that Hindi is the basis of social harmony. Hindi unites India and strengthens national unity. Hindi is the symbol of India, so this symbol needs to be expanded and encouraged. He described the migrants from Himachal as a means of connecting Maharashtra and Himachal.
– Report by Sarojit Soni