Wednesday, 28 October 2015

Some Punjabi's Are Also Enemy of Punjabi Language.

In Punjab, non-educated, agriculture related and rural residents speak Punjabi, owns Punjabi culture and follow Punjabi traditions but the majority of the elite class, government servants, and urban residents do not have respect, regard, and honor for their motherland language, culture, and traditions. Therefore, the basic assembling and vital binding force for Punjab and Punjabi nation, i.e. Punjabi language is not an official and educational language of Punjab.

Urdu Speaking UP-ites, those concurred foremost cities of Punjab during British rule and after the creation of Pakistan are a major problem for Punjabi Nation and Punjabi Language. As they also speak Punjabi therefore, it is difficult to distinguish them that they are Punjabi or Urdu speaking UP-ites.

By camouflaging in Punjabi skin, the UP-ite Urdu-Speaking Muhajir is the main conspirators in Punjab to confuse Punjabi people and degrade Punjabi language along with support to Urdu language by the propaganda of “ Urdu is the Binding Language of Pakistani People”, rather Language of Muslims, which taught them as a Muslim and being the students of Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama, Darul Uloom Deoband, and Barelvi institutions.

Darul Uloom Deoband founded in 1866, the Darul Uloom Nadwatul Ulama was founded in 1893 and Barelvi schools were established in 1904 in Uttar Pradesh, during British Raaj. The medium of teaching in these Darul Ulooms was Urdu. These Darul Ulooms played the conspirator's role to politicize the Islam by propagating the philosophies of these Darul Ulooms as the true teachings of Islam and encroaching the languages of Non-Urdu Speaking Muslim peoples by declaring the Urdu as the language of Muslims and making the Urdu as a language of interaction between different Muslim ethnic communities of British India.

Punjabi's those are in support of Urdu language and Urdu Speaking Politicians are also required to be treated as traitors of Punjab and Punjabi nation due to their support for Urdu language and Urdu speaking politicians.