Kerala High Court single-judge modifies order against submission of Malayalam documents after KHCAA intervention

The Court said that in cases where documents in the vernacular have to be attached, a separate prayer must be added to the writ petition requesting the court to dispense with the requirement of translated versions.
Kerala high court advocates association and Kerala HC
Kerala high court advocates association and Kerala HC

The issue of whether Malayalam, Kerala's official language and mother tongue of people of the State, can be used in the documents submitted before the Kerala High Court seems to have simmered down as the High Court, on Thursday, modified its previous direction to the registry to not accept any such documents unless English translations are also provided.

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