Fiji Hindu society hits back at Teachers Association over language rules

Fiji’s largest Hindu organisation says it is annoyed by the Fijian Teachers Association’s statement on the Hindi language not to be made compulsory in school curricula.
Earlier FTA general secretary Maika Namudu opposed the new constitution’s provision to make the teaching of the Hindi compulsory at primary school level, along with iTaukei and English.
The Sanatan Dharam Pratinidhi Sabha’s national secretary, Vijendra Prakash, says anyone who hinders the process of the supreme law is not a real Fijian.
He says to steer Fiji into a new direction it’s important for the people understand each other’s language.
“He doesn’t respect the majority members inclusion in this nation as Fiji citizens, so I think we will fully support and I believe Mr Namudu doesn’t own any institution and therefore we own about 117 institutions.”
Fiji Sanatan Dharam Pratinidhi Sabha national secretary, Vijendra Prakash.


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