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    K. T. Rama Rao, the Minister for Municipal Administration and Urban Development in Telangana, has requested Amit Shah, the Union Home Minister, to revise the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF) exam notification to include Telugu and Tamil languages. The notification was released on 20th July 2021, and it stated that the CRPF Assistant Commandant (AC) examination would be conducted in English and Hindi only. This decision has been met with criticism from several southern states, including Telangana and Tamil Nadu, as it excludes candidates who are not proficient in Hindi or English.

    In his letter to Amit Shah, KTR stated that Telugu is the second-most spoken language in India and the official language of Telangana. He also pointed out that Tamil is the official language of Tamil Nadu and Puducherry. Therefore, excluding these languages from the CRPF AC exam notification is unjust and discriminatory towards candidates from these regions. He urged Amit Shah to revise the notification to include Telugu and Tamil as exam languages.

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    KTR’s request has been supported by several other politicians and activists from Telangana and Tamil Nadu. They have argued that the exclusion of regional languages from national-level exams is a violation of linguistic rights and goes against the principles of federalism. They have also pointed out that many candidates from these regions come from rural or economically disadvantaged backgrounds and may not have access to quality education in Hindi or English.

    In conclusion, KTR’s request to revise the CRPF AC exam notification to include Telugu and Tamil languages is a crucial step towards promoting linguistic diversity and inclusivity in national-level exams. It is essential to recognize the linguistic rights of all citizens and ensure that they have equal opportunities to participate in exams and secure jobs. The government should take note of this issue and revise the notification accordingly to ensure that candidates from all regions have a fair chance to compete.

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