Amid the language row, Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut on Saturday pitched for "one nation, one language". "Union Home Minister Amit Shah should accept this challenge that there should be one language in all states. One country, one Constitution, one nishan (emblem) and one language should be there," Raut said. Hindi is spoken across India and has acceptability, he added.
by Swati Dubey
on 14 May