Madhya Pradesh Police started the use of simple Hindi by removing non-Hindi words in use

Madhya Pradesh Police started the use of simple Hindi by removing non-Hindi words in use

Madhya Pradesh Police started the use of simple Hindi by removing non-Hindi words in use

IANS , Edited By : IANS , Updated on: 20 Jan 2022, 11:30:01 AM

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Bhopal: The process of changing the Urdu and Farsi words being used by the Madhya Pradesh government and the state police department to simplify the language has been started.

Sources in the state home department said the process has been initiated after the department has issued an order to replace the non-usable language words with the Hindi version in the recent police action.

The Central Police had earlier on Tuesday issued a letter asking senior police officers of the districts to suggest within a week to convert non-Hindi words into official vocabulary.

State Home Minister Narottam Mishra had announced last month to replace words in other languages, which are not in use, with Hindi words in police action.

According to police department sources, there are around 350 words that will be replaced with the Hindi version.

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First Published : 20 Jan 2022, 11:30:01 AM

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