Chief minister Mamata Banerjee and other guests at a programme to mark International Mother Language Day at Deshapriya Park on Friday. Picture by Bishwarup DuttaChief minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday spoke of the plurality of languages in the country and underlined the importance of that diversity for a united India. She was speaking at a programme at Deshapriya Park in south Calcutta to mark Ekushe February, the International Mother Language Day. Unesco had in 1999 declared that February 21 would be celebrated as International Mother Language Day. Tamil is my national language, Kannada is my national language, Bangla is my national language, Hindi is my national language...,” Yadav said.
Source: The Telegraph February 21, 2020 20:48 UTC