The Police Department of which state has started the process to root out non-Hindi words being used by the state police department to simplify the language?

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 The Police Department of which state has started the process to root out non-Hindi words being used by the state police department to simplify the language?



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The Madhya Pradesh government's Police Department has begun the process of eliminating non-Hindi terminology used by the state police department to clarify the language.

Madhya Pradesh is a state in India's central region. Its capital is Bhopal, and its biggest city is Indore, with Ujjain, Jabalpur, Gwalior, and Satna all being important cities. With nearly 72 million citizens, Madhya Pradesh is the second-largest Indian state by land and the fifth-largest by population. It is bounded to the northeast by Uttar Pradesh, to the southeast by Chhattisgarh, to the south by Maharashtra, to the west by Gujarat, and the northwest by Rajasthan.

Madhya Pradesh has the tenth-largest economy in India and ranks 23rd among Indian states in terms of human development. Madhya Pradesh is rich in mineral resources, including the greatest deposits of diamond and copper in India.

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