Bringing law to increase usage of Kannada language: K’taka CM

Bengaluru, Sep 14 (IANS) Amid the contention over Hindi Day festivities in Karnataka, boss priest Basavaraj Bommai has said that a regulation to expand Kannada language utilization is being presented soon.

Talking in the Legislative Assembly on Wednesday, Bommai said that his administration is focused on the assurance and advancement of the Kannada language.

Taking note of that India is an association of a few states with various dialects and societies, Bommai said that foisting any language on different states is beyond the realm of possibilities.

“To expand Kannada language use, we are presenting a regulation in this very meeting of the House. Interestingly, a regulation is being presented in the Assembly that will give legitimate solidarity to the utilization of Kannada language.”

The Kannada Language Comprehensive Development Bill is supposed to give a colossal lift to Kannada use in the state.

Bommai’s assertion accepts importance in the background of the Janata Dal (S) resistance to the supposed endeavors of the BJP-drove focal government to force Hindi in non-Hindi talking states.

In front of the National Hindi Day festivities on September 14, previous boss pastor and Janata Dal (S) pioneer HD Kumaraswamy had kept in touch with Bommai restricting Hindi Day festivities in Karnataka. The party had additionally coordinated an enemy of Hindi Day fight on Wednesday.

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