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To strengthen Indian languages the craze of English should go —KS Sudarshan

“WE get the language and its words through our culture. If we have to strengthen our own languages and also to protect the rich culture, we would have to leave the love for English words which are removing us from our roots,” said former RSS Sarsanghachalak Shri KS Sudarshan. He was releasing a book on Guru Gobind Singh written by Shri Jit Singh ‘Jit’ in New Delhi on April 3. The function was presided over by noted writer Dr Dharmapal Maini.

Leading Hindi writer Dr Kamal Kishor Goenka introduced the book and the works of Shri Jit Singh ‘Jit’. Speaking on the occasion, Prof. Vijay Kumar Malhotra, Leader of Opposition in Delhi Assembly, said Guru Gobind Singh dedicated his entire life for the protection of the nation and the culture. Dr Dharmapal Maini said Shri Jit Singh ‘Jit’ has not only read Guru Gobind Singh but also lived his ideals in practical life. Smt Mridula Sinha, Dr Suresh Gautam, Shri Manohar Puri, Dr Usha Puri, Dr Devendra Arya, Shri Prain Arya and Shri Rajkumar Bhatia were also present on the occasion.

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