One language, one culture not possible in India, says Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin

Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin has said it is impossible to impose one language, one religion and one culture on India.

Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin addresses an event via video-conferencing. (Photo: Twitter)

HIGHLIGHTS

  • MK Stalin has said it is impossible to impose one language, one religion on India
  • He said federalism was the foundation of the nation
  • He said the only way for India to thrive was to have strong autonomous states.

Tamil Nadu CM MK Stalin has said it was impossible to impose one language, one religion, and one culture on India.

Addressing an event digitally, the chief minister said, “One language, one religion, and one culture is not possible in India. Those who promote one language and one religion are trying to break our unity and they are the enemies of India and Indians. “

Stalin also said federalism was the foundation of the country.

He said the only way for India to thrive was to have strong autonomous states.

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Stalin also praised his Kerala counterpart Pinarayi Vijayan and said the alliance between his DMK and the CPI(M) in Tamil Nadu was “ideological” and not a mere electoral tie-up.

Stalin termed the arrest of journalists as autocratic behavior and said central agencies were “targeting” opposition leaders.

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