An end to the Tamil Nadu decorative vehicle controversy: As usual, some media spread false information An end to the Tamil Nadu decorative vehicle controversy Pipa News

An end to the Tamil Nadu decorative vehicle controversy: As usual, some media spread false information An end to the Tamil Nadu decorative vehicle controversy

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The allegation that the Tamil Nadu name is written only in Hindi and not in Tamil on the front of the Tamil Nadu government decorated vehicle has been found to be false.

Every year in New Delhi, the Republic Day celebrations are marked by a grand parade of state floats. Last year, there was a controversy that Tamil Nadu government was not given permission to decorate the car.

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This year, the central government has been careful to avoid such controversy. The Tamil Nadu government has chosen the concept of woman strength as recommended by the central government. According to this, in the background of Thanjai temple, along with the statues of Tamil Nadu famous women like Avvaiyar, Velu Nachiyar, Tanjai Bala Saraswathi, MS Subbulakshmi, Dr. Muthulakshmi Reddy, Muvalur Ramamirtham, A statue of the natural farmer Pappammal has also been placed in the Tamil Nadu government’s chariot.

While its work was not yet completed, this vehicle was featured in the rehearsal parade held the day before yesterday. In front of it, there was a name board with the name Tamilnadu in Hindi.

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Subsequently, accusations arose that the word Tamilnadu was written only in Hindi and not in Tamil on the decorative vehicle of the Tamil Nadu government. However, the front of the vehicle is in Hindi, the rear is in English, and the two long sides are in Tamil. In yesterday’s rehearsal parade, only the Tamil Nadu signboard in Hindi on the front was visible in the unofficially released photos.

Wrong news was spread based on this. ‘On both the sides, there is a board with the name Tamilnadu in Tamil. “It is distressing that without knowing this fact, as usual, Hindi has been given importance in the decoration of the Tamil Nadu government and Tamil has been neglected,” the central government officials said.

-Our Delhi Correspondent –

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