Hyderabad, Sep 14: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy has reiterated the state government's commitment for promotion of Hindi in the state with dedication as it is the national language.
In his message on the eve of National Diwas yesterday, he said that Hindi language is spreading into the hearts of people over different regions, language, dialects, customs and culture, and is the pride of the nation. ''There is an underlying 'unity in diversity' with the countrywide usage of Hindi as a link language between the people, particularly in the non-Hindi speaking states.
Hindi stands as a symbol of national spirit, unity, integrity and mutual harmony among our people, as Father of the Nation, Mahatma Gandhi had put it'', the Chief Minister added.
The Chief Minister hoped that the National Hindi Diwas will be a source of inspiration to one and all in the state to uphold and strengthen the unity, integrity and the spirit of nationalism.