Discrimination And Gross Systemic Inequality Essay

1926 Words Dec 7th, 2016 8 Pages
Policies dividing states already troubled by discrimination and gross systemic inequality are perplexing and illogical, more so in countries already plagued by multiple types of division. A special case of this type of rule is the Republic of India, in which the country is divided politically as the cause of different regions taking on different identities through the recognition of multiple languages as being national. This has led to many regions institutionally standardizing different languages of their own community, leading to over twenty-five being at least regionally accepted as official. Yet above all national recognitions in India, the English and Hindi languages are the only ones used by the Republic’s government. With Hindi being used as the primary language of the entity, those not in favor of the decision have decided to enact opposing laws in order to allow for the introduction of English as the primary language of the country. These language struggles and barriers have led to unrest and deaths among the Indian people. Although it is worth noting, that, the transformation that many have undergone in order to learn an international lingua franca (through the recognition as being an official language of a country) such as English, in India, has led to the closure of the language barrier/gap between cultures and societies, but has also led to an uncentralized government with a caste system that discriminates against the Dalits of India. The clear solution to these…

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