The All India Women Conference said its administration has been informed about the matter and that it denounces the comment by its part.
The All India Women Conference (AIWC), a non-legislative association, has apologized after shock among Gorkhas over a council part dismissing a presentation by the artistes of the local area while fighting that Nepali is a “non-Indian language”.
A Gorkha bunch said today it has chosen to follow the legitimate course with respect to the matter.
AIWC chief part Chandra Prabha Pandey had dismissed commitments sent by artistes from West Bengal’s Kalimbong area for an “Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav” occasion while expressing that the exhibitions can’t be displayed in “non-Indian dialects”, as per the Bharatiya Gorkha Yuva Parisangh.
She further demanded that the artistes can’t send the National Anthem sung in Nepali for what it’s worth “not a language from India”, the gathering said.
The AIWC said its administration has been advised about the matter and that it denounces the comment by its part.
“We unequivocally go against and censure the obliviousness shown by the part. For every one of the individuals from AIWC, we stretch out genuine expression of remorse to our dear Gorkha siblings,” said the explanation gave by AIWC president Sheela Karkde.
Darjeeling MP Raju Bista shared the explanation alongside a written by hand statement of regret by Ms Pandey.
“In the past numerous slanderous proclamations have gone unchallenged, due to which our kin have been exposed to bigoted insults and separation over and over. Be that as it may, we won’t endure such demonstrations of separation and prejudice any longer,” said Mr Bista.