Amit Shah's Wife Sonal Speaks Marathi At Her School In Kolhapur 

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Amit Shah’s Wife Sonal Speaks Marathi At Her School In Kolhapur 

| Updated: February 26, 2023 12:35

The New Education Society’s Princess Padmaraje Girls’ High School in Kolhapur alumna, Sonal Shah, the wife of Union home minister Amit Shah, reminisced about her time at the school on Sunday, while attending the centennial celebrations of the educational institution. 

“On returning to the school I had studied in many years ago, I feel as if I had passed out of here just a day ago,” she said emotionally.

At an early age, Sonal Shah’s father relocated to Kolhapur and made his home there. From kindergarten to class X, Sonal attended this school. Eventually, she moved to Gujarat after getting married to Amit Shah. She continues to communicate with her city-based cousins and pals.

Sonal Shah spoke in Marathi at the school and claimed that, despite the city’s changes, the love she has experienced from the locals has only increased over the course of her moves—first to Gujarat and now to Delhi.

“I am grateful for the invitation by the society for its centenary celebrations. One always gets nostalgic when thinking of school days. I made friends for life here,” she said.

Amit Shah said he decided to accept the invitation at the insistence of his wife. He expressed his pride in his wife’s education and knowledge gained at the institution that had just celebrated 100 great years.

“We got Independence after several years of struggle. Today, we are celebrating the 75th anniversary of Independence. Everyone should pledge to work hard to make India the number one in the world 25 years from now. I want to tell children to start setting small goals and trying to achieve them. That is the only way to succeed in the long term,” said Shah.

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