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Jul
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comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
my answer was more focus towards questions why why did the people of East Pakistan decide to revolt so early and why east pakistan failing to understand value of keeping country united.
Jul
29
comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
@astabada the answer about not accepting urdu as language is almost in my answer as east pakistan not accept pakistan as country then how they can accept urdu as language while peopel of east pakistan which is part of bangal state of undivided india bangali is main language of speaking from thoushand of years and shiyas which are in power not do good behaviour to east pakistanis as they(east pakistanis) are sunni because their are my diffrences in religious beliefs ;you can found many wars between shia-sunni by searching on google.
Jul
29
comment Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?
@broy read the link you provided completely before commanting ; from that link i got following detail "In Pakistan Shias have been elected to top offices and played an important part in the country's Independence, history and nation building. The founder of Pakistan Muhammed Ali Jinnah,Fatima Jinnah,Muhammad Ali Bogra, Khawaja Nazimuddin and their families were Shia Muslims. and also read following link en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Religion_in_Bangladesh you will found that i write correct facts.
Jan
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answered Why did the the East-Pakistanis oppose Urdu as their national language while Indians accepted Hindi as theirs?