Punjabi will be compulsory in every school from class one to…

Digital Desk, Chandigarh. Channi government in Punjab will now pass a new amendment regarding the Punjabi language. The government will now make the Punjabi language compulsory to be taught in every school. Let us tell you that the Punjab government will now make changes in the Learning of Punjabi and Other Languages ​​Act 2008 and there will also be a provision for strict legal action if the rules are not followed. For non-compliance with the rules, the amount of the fine will be increased from Rs 25,000 to Rs 50,000. Whereas the fine which was Rs 50,000 will be directly increased to Rs 1 lakh. Similarly, the fine which was two lakhs was also changed under this law. Let us tell you that the Charanjit Singh Channi government of Punjab will present this bill in the current session of the Punjab Legislative Assembly. The Punjab government has given permission for this amendment on Sunday.

Action will be taken for not following the rules

Let us inform you that it has been informed by the CM’s office that if any school does not follow the rules under this Act, then strict action will be taken against it. If a school does not follow them for the first time, then it will be fined 50 thousand rupees. If that school does this again, it will be fined Rs 1 lakh. Then, if a school continues to violate the rules, then for the third time the fine for disobeying the rules will also be Rs 2 lakh.

Know about the Punjab Learning of Punjabi and Other Languages ​​Act, 2008

The Punjab Learning of Punjabi and Other Languages ​​Act, 2008 was brought by the state government. Under this, there was a provision to teach Punjabi to Punjabi students. In which students from class 1 to class 10 were involved. In subsection 1 and subsection 8 of this Act, it has been told that if a school does not follow the rules, then it can be fined.

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