Venkaiah Naidu Urges AP, Telangana To Encourage Telugu Language

December 16, 2017 13:15
Venkaiah Naidu Urges AP, Telangana To Encourage Telugu Language

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Venkaiah Naidu Urges AP, Telangana To Encourage Telugu Language:- Vice-president M. Venkaiah Naidu cautioned on Friday that the Telugu language, Culture, and traditions would shortly evaporate if urgent actions are not required to economize them.

Addressing the inaugural use of this entire world Telugu Conference in LB Stadium the following, he mentioned he valued the attempts of Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao to hold the WTC in this a grand manner and applauded his latest choice to produce Telugu mandatory for most college students until Class XII.

He explained quotas must be given in Government job occupations for Telugus, and staff employed in Govt departments needs to know Telugu.

Knowledge of Telugu ought to really be linked to job and education chances to make sure its success.

He also expressed. "If this sort of actions is not accepted, Telugu will evaporate.  In case any language disappears, it's going to have an unfavorable effect on its own culture and customs too, which as well may disappear off.  If follicles have been changed, even just a huge shrub can fall.  We've to fortify Telugu in your origins to its language to both flourish at the long run," he claimed amidst thunderous applause from people about the dais and tens of thousands of members in the ninth motives.

Mother-tongue Is Similar to our eyes: Venkaiah

Mr Naidu promised that the audience which he'd go after quotas in government jobs to get regional languages together with all public Service Commissions.

I lost my mother in my Childhood. I've been fixing my mother tongue because of my mother since that time. I regularly say that people who neglect their mother, language and Country, are not humans. Now I would like to incorporate that people that forget about their schools and educators are also not human beings," he announced.

He explained that Telugu is still the absolute most commonly spoken language after English and Hindi. However it's losing ground more rapidly.

"People are excited to learn English saying that it will help them to develop in life. But I disagree with this debate. KCR, Chandrababu and I have not examined in convent schools. We studied at Telugu educational schools. Nevertheless, we could come up in life. Mother tongue resembles eyes, and other languages are similar to spectacles. If we have eyes, then we may utilize spectacles. If we've got no Eyes, there is no usage of spectacles," Mr Naidu stated.

(Video Source: NTV Telugu)

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