Bhopal: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday inaugurated the 10th World Hindi Conference in Bhopal; the conference is being held for the third time in the country after a gap of 32 years.
Addressing the conference, PM Modi said that it is the responsibility of every generation to protect, preserve their heritage and introduce it to next generations. Prime Minister also said that it will do Hindi a world of good if workshops can be organised to include some words in Hindi from different languages like Tamil and Bengali.
PM Modi also said that three languages would emerge as major languages in the world in coming years. On the occasion, PM Modi was felicitated with a shawl by Sushma Swaraj and Madhya Pradesh CM Shivraj Singh Chauhan. BJP leaders V K Singh and Ravi Shankar Prasad were also present on the occasion.
The Prime Minister also released a commemorative stamp to mark the occasion. During the conference, the participants will deliberate in detail on various aspects for universalisation of Hindi language. The conference is being organised by the Ministry of External Affairs in cooperation with the Madhya Pradesh government. The Conference is being held in India for the third time after a gap of 32 years.
Noted Hindi scholars from across the country and the world will take part in the event. The participants will deliberate in detail on various aspects for universalisation of Hindi language. Bollywood’s millennium mega star Amitabh Bachchan will be the centre of attraction at the valedictory session of the event. Earlier addressing BJP workers in Bhopal after reaching the capital city of Madhya Pradesh, the Prime Minister said that the government will not leave any stone unturned to fulfil the aspirations of people of the country.
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