The Congress-led Punjab authorities has made it obligatory for all its departments, boards and firms, moreover semi-government establishments, to jot down the Punjabi language on their signboards. According to the choice taken on Friday, now Punjabi language (Gurmukhi script) will likely be written on all of the street milestones of the state. However, these guidelines haven’t been utilized on nationwide highways and varied central authorities departments.
Announced on the event of International Mother Language Day
Punjab Higher Education and Language Minister Trupt Rajinder Singh Bajwa has introduced this on the event of International Mother Language Day. The state authorities has issued these orders on this regard as per the Punjab State Language Act 1967. <! –
He stated, "The sign boards at all government and semi-government institutions, boards, corporations and road milestones will be written on the top in Gurmukhi script and if required to be written in any other language, it will be written in small font . "
In this regard, Secretary, Department of Higher Education and Language, Rahul Bhandari, letter to all state departments, Divisional Commissioners and Deputy Commissioners, moreover District Sessions Judges, Punjab Assembly Secretary, Registrar of Punjab-Haryana High Court, Presidents of Boards and Corporations and all Semi Government Organizations Orders have been given to implement new guidelines by writing letters.
Along with this, the Minister of Higher Education and Language stated that so as to implement this determination in personal commerce, industrial and academic establishments, it has been written to the Labor Department to subject a separate notification on this regard, which will likely be launched quickly. Are anticipated