Date: September 18, 2023
Author: Rajat Raj
Before the commencement of parliamentary proceedings at the new Parliament building, a growing controversy has emerged. DMK MP Tiruchi Shiva expressed his displeasure during the all-party meeting held one day before the special session of Parliament regarding the schedule to hoist the national flag at Gajadwar.
Tiruchi Shiva was upset when he received the schedule in Hindi, and he promptly tore it up. Following the objections raised by DMK MP Tiruchi Shiva and other opposition leaders, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh announced that starting next time, schedules will be issued in both Hindi and English.
The incident occurred during a meeting where the agenda for the special session of Parliament was being discussed. The national flag hoisting ceremony at Gajadwar, a significant part of the proceedings, became a point of contention due to the schedule being provided only in Hindi.
Tiruchi Shiva, representing the DMK, was quick to express his frustration at not receiving the schedule in a language he could understand. In a symbolic gesture, he tore the Hindi schedule, drawing the attention of the other members present.
In response to the objection raised by Tiruchi Shiva and the opposition leaders, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh assured them that steps will be taken to ensure that future schedules are issued in both Hindi and English.Imagine a big, new building where important people gather to make important decisions for our country. They talk about important stuff like laws and rules. But guess what? Not everyone speaks the same language!
So, the grown-ups decided to do something really nice. They made sure that everyone can understand and join in the talk. They gave out papers with schedules (like timetables) in two languages, Hindi and English. That way, no one feels left out, and everyone can be friends and work together better.
It’s like when we share our toys with our friends to have more fun and be happy together. So, sharing these schedules in two languages is a good way for the grown-ups to make sure everyone can be a part of the important talks in the big, new building.
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