NLTC objects to Supreme Court’s choice on embossed wide variety plate
The Nepali Language Teachers Council has objected the decision of the Supreme Court (SC) to put only the Roman letters on embossed range plates on vehicles. Issuing a press launch today, Council chair Dilliram Aryal cited that it used to be the conspiracy against the Nepali language and culture. The press launch in addition reads that such choices have the evil cause of unfavourable Nepali language and lifestyle beneath ‘unseen design’.
The Department of Transport Management (DoTM) had begun to installation the embossed registration wide variety plates on cars in Kathmandu Valley from August 2017 and the go was once halted for about three years. It used to be suspended after a writ petition was once filed in the Supreme Court searching for to put Nepali Devanagari letters on the wide variety plate.
After this, the SC had ordered to stop the system till further decision. Meanwhile, the SC lately made a selection to open the system of resuming embossed range plate inserting Roman letters only. The apex court’s ultra-modern choice has been met with objections and protest by one of a kind organizations and concerned sides.