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Not against English, but we want to strengthen Indian languages: Education Minister

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Not against English, but we want to strengthen Indian languages: Education Minister

Not against English, but we want to strengthen Indian languages: Education Minister

While addressing the Aatmanirbhar Madhya Pradesh webinar in Bhopal on August 10, Education Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal said, "To those who doubt the benefit of using mother tongue as a medium of education, I'd say some top developed countries accomplished great achievements with it." "We aren't against English language but we want to strengthen Indian languages," he added.


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