Telangana

Urdu is a religious language; says D Arvind

He supported the demand for not conducting the Group - I examinations in Urdu saying that Urdu is the religious language and Telugu is the official language.

Hyderabad: BJP MP of Nizamabad D. Arvind Kumar commenting on the daughter of the Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao and MLC K. Kavitha said that he is happy that Kavitha was reminiscent of Hinduism and added that it is because of BJP. He appealed her to stop the attacks on Hindus in Bhainsa.

Answering to the series of questions, at a press conference at BJP state office today, Arvind Kumar said on a question whether BJP State President and MP Bandi Sanjay will be suspended for his remarks that all the Masjids should be dig and if any Shivling is found, it should be handed over to the Hindus, he answered that BJP leadership knew who should be suspended and who should be given responsibilities.

He supported the demand for not conducting the Group – I examinations in Urdu saying that Urdu is the religious language and Telugu is the official language and if even the half mark is given it will affect other students in the ranks.

He said that KTR who handle his twitter daily criticizing the BJP at Center should have responded on the rapes in Telangana state. He said KCR, KTR and Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar should respond what they did with 2 lakh metric tonnes of rice under the Garib Kalyan Scheme.

Even though the Schools are re-opening on June 13, he said so far not even the tenders have been called for the text book printing. The government has announced starting of English Medium Schools from this academic year, no tenders were called for test books not only in English but also in Telugu, he said.

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