Andhra Pradesh State Judiciary May Use Telugu
Hyderabad: Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, N Kiran Kumar Reddy, thinks that increased use of mother tongue in the State Judiciary would enable common people to understand the proceedings better. So he is rooting for Telugu in State Judiciary.
At a convention jointly organized by the state official language commission and the Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy, the Chief Minister said that the promotion of Telugu in Judiciary will help the people in a great way. He also urged the Judiciary for taking keen interest in utilization of Telugu in the courts, an official release said. Increased use of mother tongue will help people.
The Chief Minister also added that the State Government is also taking steps to promote the language as he recalled the 4th World Telugu Conference organized by the state government. Andhra Pradesh high court Chief Justice PC Ghosh, inaugurated the convention and also laid emphasis on the CM’s speech. He also agreed that using mother tongue for judicial purposes will surely benefit the common people. They will be able to understand the whole process and also people can express themselves better in the mother tongue.
Andhra Pradesh Judicial Academy chairman Justice N V Ramana also agreed on this topic and said that the use of English in court judgments made it difficult for rural people to understand them.
The release added, Official language commission chairman M Buddha Prasad also said that utilizing Telugu can make it easier for people , to understand and also it will enhance their confidence in the judicial system.