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Friday, March 21, 2008


Many human rights groups emphasise the need for preserving the mother tongues of different tribal peoples such as Santal, Chakma, Marma and so on.

But nobody has ever written about Urdu, a language spoken by a large community (approximately 3 to 4 lakh) throughout the country.

What is the reason? The Urdu speaking people of Bangladesh, at least those born after 1971, are not responsible for the atrocities committed by the Pakistanis against the people of this country.

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