Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday stated he regrets not having the ability to study the world’s oldest language Tamil throughout his lengthy political innings as a chief minister and prime minister.
He acknowledged this throughout his month-to-month ‘Mann Ki Baat’ radio deal with.
The prime minister stated typically even a really small and easy query rankles the thoughts.
“A couple of days in the past Aparna Reddy ji of Hyderabad requested me one such query. She stated ‘You have been PM for so many years and were CM for so many years. Do you ever feel that something is missing?’? Modi stated.
Noting that the query appeared easy however was troublesome, he stated, “I pondered this over and told myself that one of my shortcomings was that I could not make much effort to learn Tamil, the oldest language in the world; I could not make myself learn Tamil!”
The prime minister praised the Tamil language and its wealthy literature.
“It is such a beautiful language, which is popular all over the world. Many people have told me a lot about the quality of Tamil literature and the depth of the poems written in it,” he stated.
Modi highlighted that India is a land of many languages, which symbolise its tradition and delight.