Union Home Minister Amit Shah emphasised the need for states to support Hindi or regional language education in the technical, medical, and legal fields so that the nation can make use of the talent of non-English speaking students.

In order to encourage research and innovation, hah emphasised the significance of education in Hindi and other regional languages. He claimed that when students study in their mother tongues, they can easily develop original thought processes.

“Technical, medical, and law - all should be taught in Hindi and regional languages. All state governments should take initiative to properly translate the curriculum of these three fields of education into regional languages,” Amit Shah told PTI in an interview.

Suggesting that education in the mother tongue is easier and faster, Shah said, ”It will promote the country’s talent in higher education. Today we can use only five percent of the country’s talent but with this initiative, we would be able to use 100 percent talent of the country.”

He added that he has nothing against the language of English while claiming that only five percent of the Indian population come from an English

education background.

“It is that 'maulik chintan' (original thinking) of a student that can be easily developed in his mother tongue and there is a strong connection between maulik chintan and anusandhan (research),” Shah told PTI.

On history education, the home minister said that he had appealed to students to “study 300 (Jannayak) people’s heroes who were not given their due by historians and thirty such empires which ruled in India and established a very good model of governance.”

It's time, according to Amit Shah, for people and students to learn about the "real history" of the nation.

“Till when we will make a hue and cry about what others have written about our history and distortions in it. Students of our country should research our actual history,” he said.

Programmes on various historical figures and their role in the nation's development and freedom struggle have been held by the BJP-led federal and state administrations.

The party sees this as a component of his ideological effort to remember the contributions of indigenous persons, including many who were supposedly not given enough credit.
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