There is a long history of discrimination against Kannada speakers in the state of Karnataka, although they have been recognized for their contribution to the development of language and culture.The Shiv Sena began a violent protest movement founded by Marathi – people who believed that other languages were gaining too much ground in Maratha state. The Bengali Language Movement is a group of Kannada speakers in Karnataka and other parts of India who are committed to using Bengali in state education, as guaranteed by Article 14 of the Indian Constitution. This month, the state government, which is supposed to promote Kannada, joined the protests calling for the removal of Hindi signs. Ten petitions were filed against the Rules of Procedure, claiming it is discriminatory, violates the right to freedom of speech and expression, and makes it impossible for non-K Annada speaking students to compete with Kannyapur and Bhatkal students in their education.Students who come from outside the state and join the VIII, IX, or X Standard in the state of Karnataka and have not studied Kannada before can learn English or Hindi as their first language. The GO has also banned it for children whose mother tongue is not Kannada. To prevent petitioners from using Sanskrit as their first language, they must use it as a second language or take a joint course, as K Annada has no place in this combination. In order to prevent Sanskrit from being taken as a first language in composition, the applicant cannot take a composite course if he has been prevented from taking Sanskrit as the first language.Venkatasubbiah believes that Kannada can be promoted alongside, and not excluding, languages such as Hindi and English, but a trilingual policy should be introduced. He pointed out that students who offer a language other than Kannada as their first language will learn it as a compulsory language as one of the remaining languages in group B and that it will be an examination subject in SSLC. To give K. Annada priority, the government has added Sanskrit to the list of the two other languages to study, besides English and Hindi.No program would ever be complete without Kannada, but the multilingual quality of Bangalore can be a great advantage. Kannadigas should not be influenced by any other language and should speak as much as possible in their mother tongue.Consider the case of Malayalam, borrowed from Sanskrit in the late 19th and early 20th centuries to replace Sanskrit. Unlike Tamil and Telugu speakers, the people of Karnataka who live in other parts of the country have not adopted and built up their customs and languages. In other capitals, where regional languages are the dominant language, anyone can get away with it as long as Kannada is spoken and the locals speak English and Hindi.However, less than 50% of the population is the largest group and only Sanskrit is the lingua franca and the official administrative language. Just as India has a majority that speaks Hindi, and a large number of Kannada speakers, who are larger in number but less numerous than the population, each state has its own language, the majority of which speaks Hindi. Tamil, Telugu, Malayalam, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Odisha, and Telangana all take their own places in the national capital, and Hindi takes some of these places.The diversity of Indian society makes it impossible to recognize a single language as the dominant one. Kannada speaking people whose mother tongue is not Hindi and whose language problems have to be overcome have received the grace sign assigned in SOH 79 of 20 July 1982 as arbitrary and invalid. There is no doubt that this city is one of the best-governed cities, but recently an incident in which took place was really hearing during the COVID19 Pandemic.Bangalore is a place where many entrepreneurs come and start their business, and also generate employment in the city, but here the Discrimination between Kannada Speaking and Non-Kannada Speaking in Bangalore is being too much. Now here rangers are imposing fine on the people who are simple and innocent.The incident happened during dumping the garbage.Now according to Karnataka’s Gov BBMP has started deploying SWM (Solid Waste Management) Marshals to check littering, garbage dumping, etc, and penalize offenders under the new SWM Bye-laws. The Marshals booked 1129 cases in September, issuing steep penalties under the new bye-laws. This, along with 774 cases booked for the plastic ban, earned BBMP over Rs 14 lakh in fines that month.Here is how BBMP is collecting huge fines from a small individual who has Failure to segregate and/or handover Solid Waste according to these Bye-laws by (i) By Domestic Waste Generators (who are not Bulk Waste Generators). fine is Rs.500. Now BBMP is imposing a fine of Rs.1000 instead of Rs.500.And this fine is imposed on a person who does not know how to speak Kannada, and that person was not having enough money due to crisis.We have checked that also they are not showing ID Proofs and Authorization letter for imposing the fine, We are not against imposing the fine, but why to impose fine only on a specific person, attached the fine receipt of the same, and the government authorized fine. please have a look.Now here is a big dispute comes on as there are many people, you might have noticed the earlier picture of dumping area, there is no such notice to not to dump garbage or any instructions provided. but then also people use to dump their garbage there, now the big question is WHY PEOPLE DUMP THE GARBAGE? WHY THEY DO NOT GIVE THE GARBAGE TO GARBAGE COLLECTION VAN WHICH COMES EVERY MORNING? So we have the answer for the same, people of Bangalore still working from their house. Now, in that case, they have to work till late night, and or many of them have meetings early mornings, and the GARBAGE COLLECTION VAN has no fixed timings to collect, now are the people of Bangalore has to wait for the garbage collection, of government need to fix the solution for the same, The government must fix big dustbin theirs. Which needs to be collected every day.We have provided all the information, not it upon you to live in the city or not.