Malayalam not official language of Lakshadweep, no requirement to publish draft regulations in vernacular: Lakashdweep admin to Kerala High Court

In an affidavit filed before the High Court, the administration said that Malayalam has not been adopted as an official language in the Union Territory.

There is no requirement under law to publish the drafts of the proposed regulations for Lakshadweep in vernacular language, the Lakshadweep Administration has told the Kerala High Court (PP Mohammed Faizal Vs. Union of India).

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