Made-in-India micro blogging site Koo App has now been launched in Assamese language as well. On Wednesday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma shared his first message in Assamese language on the Ku app. Let us tell you, Made-in-India Koo App has been developed by Indian developer Aparameya Radhakrishna along with his team, which is the Indian alternative to Twitter. This app is getting the support of self-reliant India campaign. Many big leaders and popular personalities are promoting this app.

At the same time, now preparations are being made to bring this language to the Indian regional languages ​​as well, which started with the Assamese language. On Wednesday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma expressed his views on the Ku app in Assamese language. First Shared the message, in which he wrote, “I am extremely happy that the Koo App has been launched in the Assamese language. This app will help the people of Assam to express their thoughts in their mother tongue.” He added, “I am looking forward to connecting with people on the Ku app. I will present my opinions, announcements and many other information here through Ku. I wish Ku App the best of luck for its future.”

In this regard, Aparameya Radhakrishna, Co-Founder and CEO of Koo App, said that he is very happy to see Chief Minister on this platform and hope that this platform will be equally liked by other people of Assam and he will be able to use Assamese language on Ku. I will share my thoughts with each other.

He further added, “Assam is a large state with a population of over 30 million and people here have a unique affinity for their language. Ku will be one of the few platforms where they can connect with each other, Assamese I can exchange ideas and make new friends.

Let us tell you, What is Koo App is not new. his Beginning It was done by Aprameya Radhakrishna and Mayank Bidawatka (Who Made Koo App) in March 2020. However, now people are getting to know Koo after veteran Indian leaders and big ministries have promoted it. Along with Hindi, support for Bengali, Gujarati, Telugu, Kannada, Tamil, Malayali, Marathi, Punjabi and Oriya languages ​​has also been included to give the app an Indian flavor.

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