Everyone living in Karnataka should learn to speak Kannada: CM Siddaramaiah

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18-10-2023

    Siddaramaiah unveiled the logo of Karnataka Sambhrama

    Siddaramaiah stressed on the need to widen the usage of Kannada in the public sphere

    Starting from November 1, Karnataka Sambhrama will be celebrated for one year

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah unveiled the logo of Kannada Sambhrama in the lead up to the 50-year-anniversary of the state being named Karnataka. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah stressed on the need to widen the usage of Kannada in the public sphere. “Although Kannada has been the official language for many decades, negligence may be the reason behind non-implementation of Kannada in administration. Moreover, our craze for English has increased. This situation needs to change.  We Kannadigas are generous people as we learn other languages, instead of teaching Kannada to speakers of other languages. This attitude has done more harm to Kannada than good. People speaking different languages have settled in the state. Everyone living in Karnataka should learn to speak Kannada. In states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh, it is impossible to survive without learning the local language,” he stated in his speech during the event. 

Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, Kannada and Culture Minister Shivaraj Tangadagi and Tourism Minister H K Patil were also [resent in the event. It was notified to the people that starting from November 1, 2023 Karnataka Sambhrama will be celebrated for one year in order to create awareness about Kannada among the people. 

Everyone living in Karnataka should learn to speak Kannada: CM Siddaramaiah

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    Siddaramaiah unveiled the logo of Karnataka Sambhrama

    Siddaramaiah stressed on the need to widen the usage of Kannada in the public sphere

    Starting from November 1, Karnataka Sambhrama will be celebrated for one year

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah unveiled the logo of Kannada Sambhrama in the lead up to the 50-year-anniversary of the state being named Karnataka. Chief Minister Siddaramaiah stressed on the need to widen the usage of Kannada in the public sphere. “Although Kannada has been the official language for many decades, negligence may be the reason behind non-implementation of Kannada in administration. Moreover, our craze for English has increased. This situation needs to change.  We Kannadigas are generous people as we learn other languages, instead of teaching Kannada to speakers of other languages. This attitude has done more harm to Kannada than good. People speaking different languages have settled in the state. Everyone living in Karnataka should learn to speak Kannada. In states like Tamil Nadu, Kerala, Telangana and Uttar Pradesh, it is impossible to survive without learning the local language,” he stated in his speech during the event. 

Deputy Chief Minister DK Shivakumar, Kannada and Culture Minister Shivaraj Tangadagi and Tourism Minister H K Patil were also [resent in the event. It was notified to the people that starting from November 1, 2023 Karnataka Sambhrama will be celebrated for one year in order to create awareness about Kannada among the people. 

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