Hon'ble President, P.M. says and Language Rights.
The regional languages should secure their rightful place.
Suitable arrangements should be made for co-ordinating the efforts made at the Centre and in the States for evolving terminology in Hindi and other Indian languages.
"Respect regional languages", Hon'ble President Shri Ram Nath Kovind Ji.
Hon'ble President Shri Ram Nath Kovind Ji of INDIA said, “Non-Hindi speaking people desire that we (Hindi speaking people) give attention to their languages. Those who speak Hindi should give space to other languages. We all have the responsibility to give respect to non-Hindi speaking people and regional languages.”
"Language should not be a barrier,"Hon'ble P.M. Shri Narendra Bhai Modi Ji said
Hon'ble P.M. Shri Narendra Bhai Modi Ji said, “To promote understanding and love of science among our youth, it is vital that we promote science communication in a big way. Language should not be a barrier but a facilitator in this task.”
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has advised the banks
The Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has advised the banks vide its Master Circular dated July 1, 2014 on Customer Service regarding use of regional languages in public/private sector.
Government has mandated support for Indian languages in all mobile phones to be sold in the country from July 1, 2017 onward.
“In exercise of the power conferred by clause 10(1) of Bureau of Indian Standard Act… the central government, hereby includes the Indian language support for mobile phone as per IS 16333(Part-3) to the schedule of ‘Electronics and Information Technology Goods (Requirement for compulsory Registration) Order, 2012”, an official notification said. As per the new mandate, all mobile phones in the country will have to provide text reading support in all Indian languages on their devices.
Linguistic rights are the human and civil rights concerning the individual and collective right to choose the language or languages for communication in a private or public atmosphere. Other parameters for analyzing linguistic rights include the degree of territoriality, amount of positivity, orientation in terms of assimilation or maintenance, and overtness.
Linguistic rights include, among others, the right to one's own language in legal, administrative and judicial acts, language education, and media in a language understood and freely chosen by those concerned.
Language Rights as an Integral Part of Human Rights
The rights of minorities are often thought of as constituting a distinct category of rights, different from traditional human rights. Such a view fails to recognise that the use of descriptive expressions such as “minority rights” or “language rights” may be useful, but also imprecise.
https://www.ohchr.org/EN/Issues/Minorities/SRMinorities/Pages/LanguageRights.aspx">Check this link for more details on Language Rights of Linguistic Minorities
National Policy on Universal Electronics, GIGW Compliance
To facilitate equal and unhindered access to Electronics and ICTs products and services by differently-abled persons (both physically and mentally challenged) and to facilitate local language support for the same.
About GIGWThe Government of India’s National Informatics Center (NIC) has devised such standards in the form of Guidelines for Indian Government Websites (GIGW).
Departments should use such language tools GIGW Guideline
Departments should use such language tools, including language software, to evaluate the readability of the website’s content. Read 5.3.5