‘Teach Marathi as optional language in UP schools for…’: Maharashtra BJP leader to Yogi Adityanath

‘Teach Marathi as optional language in UP schools for…’: Maharashtra BJP leader to Yogi Adityanath


Mumbai: Ahead of civic elections, together with in Mumbai, Maharashtra BJP leader Kripashankar Singh has written to Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath demanding the introduction of Marathi as an optional language in schools in the northern state. In a letter dated June 4, Singh mentioned studying Marathi will enhance the job prospects of UP college students in Maharashtra, together with in the state authorities.

“If Marathi is made an optional language in secondary and better secondary schools then that will assist college students in getting higher jobs in Maharashtra. I request you to embody Marathi as an optional language in Uttar Pradesh schools,” Singh, who’s vice chairman of Maharashtra BJP, said.

Singh had served as a cupboard minister in the erstwhile Congress authorities in Maharashtra in 2004.

“I’ve been dwelling in Maharashtra for the final 50 years. During my tenure, I seen that when college students (from UP) come to Maharashtra, they face a number of issues due to the lack of know-how of the Marathi language. Also, there are various vacancies in the state authorities or companies that require the data of the Marathi language,” he mentioned.

Singh additionally maintained that he has been sustaining a great relationship with Uttar Pradesh, particularly with the Poorvanchal area.

“Many college students after finishing their larger secondary examinations migrate to Maharashtra in search of jobs, therefore the request (to train Marathi) is made to the UP chief minister,” he added.

Elections to the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation and different civic our bodies in Maharashtra are due in the following few months.

A bulk of voters in Mumbai and the metropolitan area have roots in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar.


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