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After formation of integrated A.P. Telugu and Urdu were finished

Monday, 17 December 2012
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Hyderabad, December 17:

(Siasat News) Addressing the 48th colloquium of Telangana Resource Centre, intellectuals opined that after the formation of integrated A.P. both Telugu and Urdu languages got a set back. Telugu and Urdu are called Dakhini Languages in Telangana Region which have their district identities. The monopoly of Andhra rulers, changed the meaning of Telugu language. Mr. Hamid Mohammed Khan, President of Movement for Peace and Justice, Mr. Jayadheer Tirumala Rao, Ms. Ratnamala, Mr. J. Gourishanker, Mr. Mohammed Qasim, Ms. Manjula and others attended the meeting.

Addressing the gathering, Mr. Hamid Mohammed Khan told that state administration is trying to crush Telangana Movement by organizing World Telugu Conference in A.P.

The Telugu language which developed after the formation of integrated A.P. state has no relevance with the Telugu spoken in Telangana Region. Andhra rulers have made attempts to sabotage Urdu and Telugu culture from Telangana Region by their conspiracies. Speaking on this occasion, Mr. Jayadheer Tirumala Rao said no one would be allowed to play with the sentiments of the people of Telangana, their language and culture. He told that it is the responsibility of state administration to resolve Telangana issue. He blamed the Govt. that by organizing Telugu conference in Tirupathi, Panagala Utsavas in Nalgonda and Warangal, state Govt. is trying to sabotage the Telangana Movement.

Prof. Harinath told that after the formation of A.P. the rulers of Seema Andhra have made attempts to end Urdu and Telugu from the State. Despite giving the status of second officials language to Urdu, G.O. has not yet been issued so far its implementation. He condemned the Telugu conference in harsh words and said that it is a gross injustice to Telangana Region.

--Siasat News--

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