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Why Narendra Modi was confused over Gujarati vs Hindi in Surat: 10 points

17 April, 2017 6:47 AM
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a 550-bed super-specialty hospital in Surat. He chose to address the gathering in Hindi rather than Gujarati. Here's why.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on whirlwind 2-day tour of his home state Gujarat. After receiving a Bollywood-star like reception in Surat where he held a 11km-long roadshow on Sunday, PM Modi inaugurated a slew of projects along with a super-specialty hospital.

Prime Minister Modi preferred to speak in Hindi rather than his mother tongue Gujarati to address the people after inaugurating the 550-bed Kiran super-specialty hospital. The PM had his own reason to pick Hindi over Gujarati.

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