GUWAHATI, Sept 16:The Border Security Force Guwahati Frontier observed Hindi Pakwada on the occasion of ‘Hindi Diwas’ from September 1 to 14 at its field formations & HQs of Dhubri, Cooch Behar and Falakata with enthusiasm to bring awareness and encourage Seema Praharis to read and write Hindi.
On the occasion, Piyush Mordia, IPS Inspector General BSF, Guwahati emphasized the importance of promoting the use of Hindi in offices and encouraged the staff to learn and arm themselves with the efficiency in Hindi reading, writing and speaking.
He also urged that on this day in 1949, the constituent assembly of India had adopted Hindi written in Devanagari script as the official language of the Republic of India. The decision of using Hindi as the official language was ratified by the Constitution of India that came into effect on 26 January 1950 under Article 343 of the Indian Constitution. He also urged and encouraged the Jawans to enhance and enrich their Hindi speaking and writing skills.
During this occasion, essay, quiz, Hindi to English Vocabulary, Hindi text typing and Hindi noting competitions were conducted at Frontier HQ BSF Patgaon, Guwahati.