Which Bengali writer suggested the adoption of Hindi as India’s National Language?

Which Bengali writer suggested the adoption of Hindi as India’s National Language?
[A] Bhudeva Mukherjee
[B] Dinbandhu Mitra
[C] Madhusudan Datta
[D] Kali Prasanna Sinha

Bhudeva Mukherjee
The factors that enhanced the Status of Hindi: The contribution of Bhudeva Mukherjee ,well-known educationist and writer,played a key role in establishing the Nagari script in Bihar schools and law courts before 1892. Nagari Pracharni Sabha was founded in 1893 to promote the cause of Hindi and Nagari script.The Language policy of Indian National congress in the end of 1920’s paved the way of Hindi as the Mother tongue of Hindustan.

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