Modi cabinet passes Official Language Bill for JK
- India Vahini News / A S DSilva
Updated : 2-8-2020
New Delhi: The Union Cabinet meeting held on Wednesday under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. During this time, there were talks about many subjects. Many big decisions have also been taken in the meeting. Union Minister Prakash Javadekar gave information about the decisions of the cabinet during this period. He told that the Official Language Bill has been brought for Jammu and Kashmir by the government. Recently Prakash Javadekar said that last week, there was talk about removing different tests for getting the test for recruitment in the government job.
Now today the cabinet has approved the Karma yogi scheme, which will work for how to make the work of government officials better. This is the biggest plan to increase the skill of the officials in the government. Prakash Javadekar also said that under the Karma yogi scheme, efforts will be made to make the civil service people pay attention to new technologies. The development will be done from individual to institutional.
The Union Minister also informed that "It has been decided to bring the Official Language Bill for Jammu and Kashmir, which will include Hindi-Urdu-Dogri-Kashmiri-English languages". Now the Union Minister says that "There was a demand from the Jammu and Kashmir for a long time, which has now been fulfilled". Prakash Javadekar also informed that along with this, three new MoUs have been approved, in which agreement between Japan-Textile Ministry is also attached.