Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India], Feb 26 (ANI): Maharashtra Governor C. Vidyasagar Rao on Monday expressed his displeasure over the nonavailability of a Marathi translation facility during his address to the joint session of the State Legislature at Vidhan Bhavan, in Mumbai. Also Read - After Mumbai Power Blackout, Telangana Faced Cyber Attack Attempt by China | Here's What Happened

In a letter to Chairman of Maharashtra Legislative Council Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar and Speaker of Legislative Assembly Haribhau Bagade, Governor Rao expressed his sentiments. Also Read - Chinese Cyberattack Behind Mumbai's Last Year Power Outage, Report Claims

“During my address to the Joint Session of the Legislature in the morning today, it was observed that the Marathi translation of my speech was not taking place. I am of the view that it needs to be considered with utmost seriousness, and a strong action needs to be taken against those responsible for this serious lapse,” he wrote. Also Read - China Approves 2 More Homegrown Coronavirus Vaccines, Taking Total to 4

Rao also requested them to inform him regarding the action taken against those responsible. (ANI)

This is published unedited from the ANI feed.