Boards come up in Punjabi language at Mohali retailers, banks
Mohali, January 11
In a shift from the norm, some shops, banks and multinational shops have began utilizing Punjabi language together with English and Hindi on their banners and overhead mast.
Sure retailers in Phases 7 and 3B2 have put up flex boards in Punjabi to ascertain their presence out there. A multinational meals outlet and two personal banks have their banners splashed in Punjabi in Section 3B2 market.
Shopkeepers say they felt it was a good suggestion and went forward with it. Folks have appreciated the initiative, they are saying.
Swarn Chaudhary, government president, Mohali Senior Residents Affiliation, says: “It’s a welcome choice to lend native flavour to the market. Furthermore, this can encourage the youthful era to study the language.”
Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann, at a state-level occasion to mark ‘Punjabi Language Month’ at Guru Nanak Dev College in Amritsar, had requested individuals to place up signboards on personal and public buildings throughout the state within the language.
Mann had urged individuals to ensure all signboards prominently displayed Punjabi with different languages earlier than Worldwide Mom Tongue Day, which falls on February 21. — TNS
Will encourage youth
It’s a welcome choice to lend native flavour to the market. Furthermore, this can encourage the youthful era to study the language. — Swarn Chaudhary, government president, mohali Senior Residents Affiliation