User Received Reply In Hindi After Complaining About Hindi Imposition In EPFO Website !!
A twitter user named “Jai Hind” raised a complaint in social media against the website of Employees’ provident fund Organisation, India for publishing important notifications in Hindi language. Tagging the official twitter account of EPFO, he asked them to stop imposing Hindi language on users who doesn’t know Hindi. He questioned how the authorities assumed that non-Hindi users could read and understand what they have published in the website. He also asked them to stop harassing the “Native language users”.
The tweet blew up as soon as the official twitter account of “EPFO” replied to him in Hindi language again. They asked the user to submit his complaint in a certain website to get the matter completely investigated. The reply was completely written in Hindi and people (including us) understood it through “Translate Tweet” option that is provided in Twitter.
Uploading a screen shot of the website’s index page, Jai Hind wrote “Will “EPFO stop this #HindiImposition on non-#Hindi users? How can you assume non-Hindi readers read & understand this? Reality Check. Not everyone in #India understands Hindi let alone read it! Stop harassing #native #language users” in his tweet.
Check out his tweet below :
Will @socialepfo stop this #HindiImposition on non-#Hindi users?— Jai Hind (@mjgTweets) June 1, 2021
How can you assume non-Hindi readers read & understand this? 👇🏽#RealityCheck Not everyone in #India understands Hindi let alone read it!
Stop harassing #native #language users pic.twitter.com/cSXhAafUEs
Here’s the reply he received from EPFO.
यदि आप पीएफ कार्यालय या नियोक्ता की प्रक्रिया से संतुष्ट नहीं हैं, तो आप अपनी शिकायत https://t.co/ZqSQEX53LD पर दर्ज करे, ताकि मामले की पूरी जांच की जा सके— EPFO (@socialepfo) June 4, 2021
Many other users of the micro blogging social media site, started reacting to the reply of EPFO. “Remember that You EPFO guys get paid from tax payers money across India..this reply in Hindi is not acceptable and mere arrogance” read the reply of one of twitter users whereas another one said “I think admin of @socialepfo don’t know English !! May be he is from North India”
Check out some of such reactions below :
Remember that You EPFO guys get paid from tax payers money across India..this reply in Hindi is not acceptable and mere arrogance— வாழ்க வளமுடன் (@VamosMe18) June 4, 2021
June 4, 2021
I think admin of @socialepfo dont know English !! May be he is from North India— Mrs.YGP Student (@Tirupur_kaaran) June 4, 2021
Admin is drinking gomutra i believe , hence this nonsense arrogance— Sasikala Natarajan (@SasikalaOffl) June 4, 2021
I am from tamilnadu and a tax payer, i want to see it in my language / in English atleast.— Akbar Mohamed Ali (@akbarcbe001) June 4, 2021
Why some uneducated idiots, who don't know English knowledge has been posted to handle EPFO twitter page for a country which got multiple culture and regional languages!
Reply in English you clowns! You get paid from the taxes we pay. What's with the hindi hegemony & hindi imposition?— Perpetual_Saapadu_Ramen (@mangalamsaar) June 4, 2021
Why the hell don't u reply in English…height of hindian arrogance and hegemony 😡😡😡— Stop Hindianisation (@stop_hindi) June 4, 2021
இந்த மாதிரி எல்லாம் வேணும்னே மக்கள் கிட்ட நக்கல் பண்றது,அப்டி தான் பண்ணுவோம்னு திமிரு காட்றது இந்த பாசிசம் எல்லாம் கொஞ்ச காலத்துக்கு தான் https://t.co/E9066LV8jz— விக்கி_டாக்ஸ் (@vickytalkz) June 4, 2021
இந்த மயிரு கதையெல்லாம் ஹிந்தில தான் சொல்வியா https://t.co/f8IHgHlB4t— மெட்ராஸ்காரன் ™ 💙❤⚫ (@advocateARULDEV) June 4, 2021
The sheer audacity of replying to a tweet about no inclusivity of regional languages in Hindi. Take this and shove it in the face of anyone who denies #hindiimposition https://t.co/FOkbboSpiZ— Rini. (@rinitweetz) June 4, 2021
மன்னிப்பு கேட்டுரு, இல்ல கிழிச்சு தொங்க விட்டுருவாங்க https://t.co/X7FayUtTMH— தோழர் Guppy (@guppystweet) June 4, 2021