Legal action against Google India, Aravind Limbavali, Along with issuing a notice to Google India, which denotes Kannada as a bad language, legal action will be initiated, said Forest, Kannada and Culture Minister Arvind Limbavali.
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Bengaluru News: Legal action will be initiated against Google, which shows that Kannada language as a bad language, Forest and Kannada Minister Arvind Limbavali said on Thursday.
If people questioned Google about the bad language of India, the answer would be Kannada. When the matter was brought to the notice of Minister Arvind Limbavali, he said it was a very reprehensible thing.
He warned that if Google or anyone else behaves without respect for Kannada language or insults Kannada, appropriate action will be taken against them.
The Kannada language has more than two thousand years of history. Though the language of India’s classical language is derogatory, it cannot be tolerated. The Secretary of the Department of Kannada and Culture Minister Arvind Limbavali has informed that he will discuss the matter with the Legal Department immediately and give notice to Google. Also, Read This: Continuation of lockdown for 1 week, Karnataka lock till June 14.