Twitter explodes after commentator’s Hindi remark in Karnataka vs Baroda game
Recently, a BCCI commentator came under fire after his controversial Hindi remark in the Karnataka vs Baroda game. It is a well-known fact that India’s national language is Hindi. During the game, the commentator specifically highlighted the need for every Indian to know Hindi.
However, the statement was not well received by the fans on social media. Majority of the users took to social media to roast the commentator.
This is how Twitter reacted after commentator’s Hindi remark went viral.
One Twitter user wrote, “Did this lunatic commentator just say “Every Indian should know Hindi”? What on earth do you think you’re @BCCI ? Stop imposing Hindi and disseminating wrong messages. Kindly atone. Every Indian need not know Hindi #StopHindiImposition #RanjiTrophy #KARvBRD.”
Did this lunatic commentator just say “Every Indian should know Hindi” ? What on earth do you think you’re @BCCI ? Stop imposing Hindi and disseminating wrong messages. Kindly atone. Every Indian need not know Hindi #StopHindiImposition #RanjiTrophy #KARvBRD pic.twitter.com/thS57yyWJx
— Ramachandra.M/ ರಾಮಚಂದ್ರ.ಎಮ್ (@nanuramu) February 13, 2020
My mother tongue is kannada..don't impose Hindi on us
— Munesh Bidar Lakha (@BidarLakha) February 13, 2020
I am a native hindi speaker but i didn't support what commentators said. India is rich in language. Every indian should try to learn 1-2 other language of india but we should not force hindi on anyone.
— Jagat Bandhu (@JagatkeBandhu) February 13, 2020
— EnglishSpeakingதமிழன் (@English80540714) February 13, 2020
#stopHindiImposition @StarSportsIndia @hotstartweets pls stop hindi commentary for Karnataka vs baroda ranji, v dont understand the language properly, keep only english, i have paid to watch hotstar but i feel sad that they are giving commentary in hindi, pls stop
— Prasad m v (@prasad_pltc) February 13, 2020
ಯಾರ್ ಗುರು ಇವ್ನು ಕಾಮೆಂಟೇಟರ್?
ದೇವ್ರಾಣೆ ಹಿಂದಿ ನಮ್ ಮಾತೃಭಾಷೆ ಅಲ್ಲ!
— RCB Fan Army Official (@rcbfanarmy) February 13, 2020
— kiran R V Gowda (@kiranRVgowda) February 13, 2020
I am watching the match on hotstar, they are even saying it's our national language. Everyone should should proud to talk. No I am not proud to talk Hindi…namge kannadane saku.
— Saturated (@Nothing2doooo) February 13, 2020