The Maharashtra government has asked Central government offices and services like banks and insurance companies in the state to also use the Marathi language in routine work.A circular issued by the Marathi language department of the state government said Marathi should also be used at railway stations, airport and also during recruitment tests of these offices. It reminded that as per the three-language formula of the Centre, Marathi should be used along with Hindi and English. The circular, issued yesterday, said Marathi should also be used in Maharashtra in offices of the Central government in the state and services like banking, telephone, post, insurance, railway, metro, mono-rail, airline, gas, petroleum and taxation. The circular mandates use of Marathi language in all correspondences, communications and in oral and written transactions and interaction.
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