Up to date: Feb 09, 2021 11:45 IST
Bhubaneswar (Odisha) [India], February 9 (ANI): Odisha Training Minister Samir Ranjan Das and Chairman of the Andhra Pradesh Legislative Council Shariff Mohammed Ahmed held a meeting on Monday to resolve the language problems with Telugu audio system on the borders of the 2 states.
“We met the Training minister relating to problems with Telugu-speaking folks in bordering districts. There are almost 80 lakh folks residing across the space who communicate Telugu. They’re dealing with language issues in faculties and need Telugu as their mom tongue language,” Ahmed informed ANI.
He additional defined that sooner or later of time, academics retired and the place has not but been stuffed regardless of ads being printed by the state authorities resulting from non-availability of certified academics.
“I requested the minister to fill the sanctioned posts of retired Telugu academics,” he added.
Odisha Training Minister knowledgeable that comparable issues had been being confronted by Odia college students in Andhra Pradesh relating to ‘non-compulsory language‘.
“Andhra ministers expressed that Telugu-speakers have been dealing with some issues within the state. Odia folks in Andhra have additionally been dealing with issues. They’ve given a memorandum and we’re going to deal with it to the very best of our skills. We have now about 140 vacancies and the state govt is doing its greatest to unravel the issue,” Das stated.
He added that about 4,000 college students from Odisha are residing in Andhra and are asking for the ‘non-compulsory language‘ to be 50-50 Hindi and Telugu. (ANI)