Bangalore: Karnataka Chief Minister B S
Yeddyurappa today warned government officials of stern action
if they failed to use Kannada language in administration.
"So far the government has not initiated any action
against officials who do not use Kannada in administration.
However, hereafter they will not get any relaxation. Those who
do not adopt Kannada in administration will have remarks
entered into their service records," he said after
inaugurating a training camp for government officials here.
Yeddyurappa said Kannada should get primacy in all
signboards displayed on government offices, private
institutions, shops and other establishments.
He also launched another training camp across the state
through video conferencing, initiated by the Kannada
Development Authority (KDA).
KDA Chairman "Mukyamantri" Chandru, Chief Secretary S V
Ranganath were among the others present on the occasion.