Urdu being relegated by Sindh PA, protests Izhar

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Staff Reporter

Muttahida Qaumi Movement Pakistan (MQM-P) leader Khwaja Izhar-ul-Hassan has written a letter protesting over the agenda for provincial assembly proceedings only handed out in Sindhi and English. The politician protested that the national language of Pakistan was being relegated and ignored by the provincial assembly in Sindh. Expressing dismay on the matter, Khwaja Izhar questioned the possible reasoning behind the assembly agenda not being typed and printed in Urdu. Khwaja Izhar added that as Pakistani’s it was an obligation upon the people of the country to promote and safeguard the national language. The MQM-P member of the provincial assembly demanded the speaker to take note and resolve the matter on an immediate basis. Earlier on December 3, 2019, Prime Minister Imran Khan has directed Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) to air famous Turkish fiction series “Dirilis: Ertugrul” in Urdu. Special Assistant to the Prime Minister (SAPM) on Media Affairs Iftikhar Durrani taking to social networking website Twitter said that PM Imran Khan has directed Pakistan Television Corporation (PTV) to air famous drama series ‘Ertugrul’ in Urdu.

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