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Actor Siddharth on Tuesday reacted to a draft education policy that suggested making Hindi mandatory third language in schools.

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He took to Twitter and wrote, “There is a big difference between a native #Tamil speaker learning #Hindi vs being forced to study it and write exams in it. I speak 5 languages and understand 10. I wasnt forced to learn them and thats how it should be. #India is a mixture of great languages. Leave them be.”

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The actor added, “Nobody from #TamilNadu needs to learn #Hindi forcefully. They will learn it if and when the need arises, as is the case for any language other than the mother tongue. Any #Indian who wants to communicate abroad would choose to learn #English ahead of #Hindi. End of discussion.”

There is a big difference between a native #Tamil speaker learning #Hindi vs being forced to study it and write exams in it. I speak 5 languages and understand 10. I wasnt forced to learn them and thats how it should be. #India is a mixture of great languages. Leave them be.

— Siddharth (@Actor_Siddharth) June 4, 2019

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