Mizo edu minister for propagating Hindi in the state

Aizawl | January 10 : Mizoram education minister Lalsawta today said that Hindi is a universal language, "and it’s an utmost duty of people in Mizoram to respect and propagate national language in the state from grassroots level". The minister said this while delivering speech on the occasion of World Hindi Day in Aizawl. He also informed the gathering that the Congress government in Mizoram is taking every possible measure for establishment of much- needed separate Hindi Directorate in Mizoram.
V.R Ralte, Director of Universal Hindi Communications Centres and who runs a number of Hindi schools in Mizoram said  history has been made in Mizoram by observing ‘ World Hindi has been made in Mizoram by observing ‘ World Hindi Day for the first time today in the state of Mizoram. He said World Hindi Day in India was first observed in 1996, while the 1st National Hindi Fay was observed by UHCC in 2001 in the presence of then Governor Amolak Rattan Kohli at packed Vanapa Hall in Aizawl.
 Padmashri Dr. Laltluangliana Khiangte, presidents of Mizoram Hindi Students’ Union (MHSU) and Mizoram Middle School Hindi Teachers’ Association (MMSHTA) also spoke on the occasion.
Padmashri Laltluangliana Khinagte said Mizo youths should come forward translating classic Mizo tales especially depicting Mizo freedom fighters like Ropuiliani, Khuangchera, Vanapa etc into Hindi Lanaguage for Hindi readers across the country. He hailed VR Ralte for tirelessly propagating Hindi language in the Christian dominated state of Mizoram.