Hindi became the third official language in United Arab Emirates where 26 lakh Indian resides

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The United Arab Emirates, one of the major country in the middle east is the federation of seven emirates. Out of 94 lakh of its population, 26 lakh are Indian and to announce Hindi as the official language was really required.

Recently in the verdict of the court in UAE, our Hindi language was given the third official language in the capital city Abu Dhabi. The decision was taken to strengthen the scope of justice.

It was stated in the court of Abu Dhabi on Saturday that Hindi will be set as the third official language. It was said that in cases related to the workers, we have started filing statements, claims, and appeals in Hindi apart from Arabic and English.

It was said in the department, “The aim is to help Hindi speakers learn the process of lawsuits. Apart from this, they want to explain their rights and duties without language barriers. ”

The Hindi speakers were given the facility of registering through the official website of the Abu Dhabi Judicial Department. As per the official figures, Indians were given 30% of the UAE’s population. In total the Indian community has a population of 2.6 million in UAE.

Yusuf Saeed al-Aubri who is the under-secretary of the judicial department of Abu Dhabi, they are accepting petitions and appeals so that the justice system could become stronger. They want to make the judicial system transparent for everyone. The beginning of the bilingual legal system was launched in 2018 in November.

Published by Shifa Naz on 11 Feb 2019

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