Meghalaya CM bats for Garo Language in Assembly

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Meghalaya CM bats for Garo Language in Assembly, Garo languages in Assembly. Trying to promote the use of local languages ​​in the Assembly, Meghalaya Chief Minister Konrad K. Sangma has said that members of the Assembly should be allowed to speak and debate in Khasi and Garo languages ​​within it.
An Assembly official told PTI that Sangma had discussed the issue with Speaker Metbah Langdoh. Leaders of the ruling Meghalaya Democratic Alliance over the use of two languages ​​in the forthcoming session of the Assembly.
While English is the official language in Meghalaya, Khasi and Garo languages ​​are considered to be the official languages ​​associated with it.

On Twitter, Conrad said on Monday that members of the Meghalaya CM bats for Garo language . Assembly should be allowed to speak and debate in the House in Khasi and Garo languages. A step towards the development of our languages.

When asked, he told reporters that in our opinion. Both Khasi and Garo languages ​​should be allowed to be used to some extent with translation in the assembly.
This development has come after several discussions initiated by the state government to include local languages ​​in the Eighth Schedule of the Constitution of India.

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