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Jan 20, 2019
7:32AM

Arunachal Pradesh CM says his govt taking several measures for preservation of tribal languages

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Arunachal Pradesh Chief Minister Pema Khandu said that his government is taking several measures for preservation of tribal languages. He said that funds have been earmarked in the budget for development of local languages and steps are being taken to introduce local languages in schools in the state. 

Mr. Khandu said this while attending a function at Basar in Lepa Rada District today. Underlining the importance of culture and tradition, Chief Minister emphasised on preservation of language, which reflects the essence of any culture. He said United Nation has listed 26 languages of Arunachal as endangered.
 

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