BJP Trying To Force Hindi In The Non-Hindi Speaking States: Alleges Pinarayi Vijayan
Khammam/Hyderabad, Jan 18 (Maxim News): Kerala Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan has claimed that the BRS President and Chief Minister of Telangana, K.Chandrasekhar Rao is fighting against the communal agenda of the BJP to save the Constitution and extended his support.
He criticized that Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s regime is going against the spirit of federalism and added that the BJP at the center is forcing Hindi in the non-Hindi speaking state, which is against federalism and all secular parties should unite to fight against the Hindu agenda of BJP.
Addressing the gathering at the Khammam meeting today, the Kerala Chief Minister said that the constitution is facing a crisis with the attitude of the BJP government and that the Modi government is interfering with the rights of the states. He severely criticized the Modi government for giving impetus to the corporate forces, he commented that Raj Bhavans have turned into BJP offices. (Maxim News)
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