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CISF officer at airport requested me if I’m an Indian as I don’t communicate Hindi, Kanimozhi says | Chennai Information

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CHENNAI: DMK Lok Sabha member Kanimozhi had an disagreeable expertise when a Central Industrial Safety Power (CISF) officer at Chennai airport requested her whether or not she was an “Indian” after the MP requested the latter to talk in English.
“Right this moment on the airport a (girl) CISF officer requested me if ‘I’m an Indian’ once I requested her to talk to me in Tamil or English as I didn’t know Hindi. I wish to know from when being Indian is the same as figuring out Hindi,” the Tuticorin MP tweeted.
Kanimozhi quickly discovered assist from Congress Lok Sabha member Manickam Tagore, who was elected from the Virudhunagar parliamentary seat. “Condemnable! The way in which ruling institution pushes One Nation, One Language, One tradition it’s going to eradicate many for a number of. Hope @CISFHQrs acts on this !,” the Congress MP tweeted.
His effort didn’t go waste, as CISF responded rapidly and promised acceptable motion.
“Heat greetings from @CISFHQrs. We sincerely acknowledge your disagreeable expertise. Kindly DM journey particulars, title of airport, location, date and time of the incident for acceptable motion within the matter,” CISF tweeted.

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