Use Marathi in official communication, those violating the order to not get increment: Maharashtra govt
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India, July 1 -- The Maharashtra government has directed all its departments, local authorities, officers and employees to mandatorily use Marathi language in official business.
In a circular issued on Monday, the state government also asked all the department heads to take actions such as warning, mentioning it in the confidential reports, issuing strictures and withholding annual increment as a punishment against the staff found deliberately not using Marathi language in official business.
The circular was issued by the Marathi language department.
"Many departments are still issuing circular, government resolutions etc in English language. Websites of many departments are also only in English language. Similarly, many municipal corp...
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