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Monday, May 9, 2011


Since after the independence of India, Urdu, the most sophisticated and sweet language of ours, has been mischieviously elbowed out from offices, schools, colleges and universties . Urdu is not just a language, it is a symbol of our secularism as well. To protect, preserve and promote this language of ours, we must join hands in demanding from Government of India its rightful place.

Where ever there are elections, let the lovers of Urdu resolve to vote for only that candidate who gives a solemn promise to fight for the cause of Urdu in his Assembly/parliament.

Let the lovers of Urdu form “Urdu Promotion Committees” in their villages/cities to raise their voice collectively.

I assure all possible help and guidance to such committees.