- Questions raised on writing the name of the railway station of Uttarakhand in Sanskrit as an alternative of Urdu language after which doing it in Urdu.
- It is alleged that the railway division is violating its personal railway handbook due to the change of language in the railway station of the capital Dehradun.
- The rule of railway division says that it is going to be obligatory to write the second vernacular language of any state on the board of that railway station.
Railway officers are beneath the scanner for writing Uttarakhand railway station name in Sanskrit as an alternative of Urdu language after which doing it in Urdu. It is alleged that the railway division is violating its personal railway handbook in the railway station of capital Dehradun due to change of language. The rule of the Railway Department says that it is going to be necessary to write the second vernacular language of any state on the board of that railway station. Please inform that when Dehradun was a half of UP, the second language was Urdu, due to which names have been written in Urdu.
Last month, in January, Railway Department officers issued a letter concerning the language of the railway station in Dehradun. This letter was additionally despatched to the District Magistrates of all the districts adjoining the railway stations of Uttarakhand. In this letter, the district magistrates have been requested for pure pronunciation in Sanskrit for his or her railway stations. The then District Magistrate of Dehradun, C. Ravi Shankar translated Dehradun into Sanskrit and made it obtainable to the railway division.
Name written back in urdu
Sanskrit Teachers Association threatened
After this, the Railway Department had additionally written the Dehradunam name in Sanskrit on the board of the railway station of Dehradun, however after a while the name Sanskrit was removed and rewritten in Urdu. Now in protest in opposition to this in Dehradun, the Sanskrit College Teachers Association on Wednesday submitted a memorandum to the station director. Officials related to each organizations mentioned that if the name of Dehradun was not written in Sanskrit language on the signal boards at the station inside two days, then the Sanskrit Teachers Association would write itself.
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State President of the Union Dr. Ram Bhushan Bijalwan and President of Brahmin Seva Samiti, Arun Kumar Sharma submitted the memorandum to the station director. The station director mentioned that the name of the station may be written solely in the second language of the state. Wrote a letter to the district administration to make the name obtainable in Sanskrit. The reply has not been acquired. In such a scenario, it’s not determined how to write the name in Sanskrit.
However, he denied that the name was removed from Urdu. It has been mentioned on behalf of the Public Relations Officer of Railways that Sanskrit may be included in the name of any railway station as an extra language, however Urdu is not going to be removed.