The CEO of Ku said that, we are even more happy that he (Chief Minister) did the first ‘Ku’ in Assamese and he inaugurated the Assamese service of Ku.
Micro-blogging platform ‘Ku’ on Wednesday launched its app in Assamese and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma posted the first message on Ku in this language. In his message in Assamese, the Chief Minister said, “I am glad that Ku app has made it available in Assamese language and I have created my account on it. This app is enabling the people of Assam to express their views in their mother tongue.
Sarma said, “I am looking forward to connecting with people on the Ku app. I will give my opinion, announcements and many other information here. I wish Koo all the best in his future endeavours. Aparameya Radhakrishna, Co-founder and CEO of Koo expressed happiness that the Chief Minister has created his account on the app.
Himanta Biswa Sarmagi @ himantabiswa
I am glad that the app has not been made available in Assamese since I joined.
In addition, this app gave the people of Assam the opportunity to express their views in their mother tongue. I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts with everyone here. In my personal opinion, I would like to share various announcements and other information on this platform. Best wishes for the future ventures of Indian social media platform ‘Ku’.
He said, “We are even more happy that he (Chief Minister) did the first ‘Ku’ in Assamese and he inaugurated the Assamese service of Ku.” Radhakrishna expressed hope that the people of Assam would be the Chief Minister and one- Would love to chat with others on Ku and exchange ideas on various topics.
Koo co-founder Mayank Bidawatka said that they have made Assamese keyboard available on Ku, which has made it much easier for the people of Assam to communicate and connect with each other in their mother tongue. “People will be able to share their views in audio and video formats apart from written messages,” he said.
The micro-blogging platform Ku was launched in March 2020. It is available in many Indian languages and people from different regions can express their views on it in their mother tongue. The founders of Koo said that only 10 percent of the people in India speak English and there is a great need for a social media platform in the country on which Indian users can share their thoughts and connect with each other in their mother tongue.
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