Singaporean Minister of Indian Origin Advocates for Introducing Children to Tamil Language

Indranee Rajah, a minister in the Prime Minister’s Office in Singapore, highlighted the significance of the Tamil language as a mother tongue, stressing the importance of introducing children to one of the four official languages in the city-state. The Singapore education system encourages the use of mother tongues as a second language in schools, including Hindi, Urdu, Punjabi, and other Indian languages, alongside Tamil, Malay, and Chinese (Mandarin). Rajah emphasized the need for children to have constant exposure to the Tamil language.

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