Sonia Gandhi & Urdu اردو کا خیال

Sonia Gandhi Urdu

آخر کار کانگریس صدر سونیا گاندھی کو اردو کا خیال آ ہی گیا اور انہوں نے اردو کا قومی ٹیوی چینل شروع کروانے کے بعد کانگریس پارٹی کی اردو ویبساءیٹ کا بھی اجراٰ کر دیا۔
کاش کانگریس کو بیچاری اردو کا خیال تب آیا ھوتا جب یھ زبان جانکنی کے عالم میں تھی مگر کانگریسی تو اتر پردیش سے اسکی جڑیں کھودنے میں منہمک تھے خیر جیسا کی منموھن سنگھ نے کہا ’دیر آید درست آید’

The photograph shows Congress president inaugurating the Urdu version of the website of Congress party.
These days Congress seems to have re-discovered their love for the language which they had systematically eradicated after partition. PM Manmohan Singh inaugurated the DD Urdu channel and had said, ‘der aayad, durust aayad’.

The website is at http://www.aicc.org.in/urdu1/

6 Responses

  1. Do you know that the Independence Day speech of Singh saahab was written in Nastaliq?

  2. Yes. In fact, all his speeches are in Urdu. All Independence Days in the past also. He is not comfortable with devanagari at all. And the largely features agency IANS files this news every year🙂
    He represents that last generation of Hindu/Sikhs for whom Urdu was the first language.

  3. urdu is our national language.as pakistani we love our language and hope indian also love this,and happy to know that indian open a chanel.

  4. آخر کار کانگریس صدر سونیا گاندھی کو اردو کا خیال آ ہی گیا اور انہوں نے اردو کا قومی ٹیوی چینل شروع کروانے کے بعد کانگریس پارٹی کی اردو ویبساءیٹ کا بھی اجراٰ کر دیا۔
    کاش کانگریس کو بیچاری اردو کا خیال تب آیا ھوتا جب یھ زبان جانکنی کے عالم میں تھی مگر کانگریسی تو اتر پردیش سے اسکی جڑیں کھودنے میں منہمک تھے خیر جیسا کی منموھن سنگھ نے کہا ’دیر آید درست آید’

    • sirf itne se hi kam nahi chalega..urdu ko deegar zabanon ki tarah rozi roti se jodne k liye polcy banai jaye

  5. HYDERABADS SIASAT URDU DAILY EDITOR IN SEX RACKET
    A Hyderabad based urdu newspaper siasat editor mr amir ali khan and mr mazhar and mr alamdar were involved in a sex racket today as exposed by MIM floor leader in the state assembly in which a young girl was sold to alleged sex racket after being brought in a trap by offering her a scholarship and then taking her to a farmhouse and raping her which are seirous offenses and even forcing her parents not to file a police complaint and threating them with dire consequences.Congress grilled on failure to check cases of kidnap The Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen on Tuesday took the Congress government to task for its alleged failure to control kidnappings and trafficking of young girls in the State, particularly Hyderabad.
    Armed with statistics MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi said Hyderabad city alone records seven cases of missing youths, including five girls, every day. As many as five children are kidnapped every day on an average. The MIM leader said 1,118 cases of kidnap and missing of children were registered in Hyderabad during 2004 and of this 353 cases were registered within Cyberabad police limits. In 2005, 511 cases of kidnap and missing of children were recorded.
    With regard to missing of youths, particularly girls, Mr Owaisi said 3476 such cases were registered during 2005. Of these only 1714 cases were traced. About 80 per cent of all missing persons are young girls who are kidnapped by professional human trafficking gangs. “There is a heavy demand for Andhra girls in other States. The kidnapped girls are sold in brothels outside the State. The CID has reported the existence of as many as 32 such gangs in the State. Andhra Pradesh has now become number one State in the country in terms of missing children,” the MIM leader pointed out.
    Answering supplementary during the Question Hour, Home minister K. Jana Reddy said the AP High Court had observed the man missing cases are not cognisable offences and police need not register them. A note in the general register will suffice. However, as a social obligation police are tracing the missing persons.
    The Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen on Tuesday took the Congress government to task for its alleged failure to control kidnappings and trafficking of young girls in the State, particularly Hyderabad.
    Armed with statistics MIM floor leader Akbaruddin Owaisi said Hyderabad city alone records seven cases of missing youths, including five girls, every day. As many as five children are kidnapped every day on an average. The MIM leader said 1,118 cases of kidnap and missing of children were registered in Hyderabad during 2004 and of this 353 cases were registered within Cyberabad police limits. In 2005, 511 cases of kidnap and missing of children were recorded.
    With regard to missing of youths, particularly girls, Mr Owaisi said 3476 such cases were registered during 2005. Of these only 1714 cases were traced. About 80 per cent of all missing persons are young girls who are kidnapped by professional human trafficking gangs. “There is a heavy demand for Andhra girls in other States. The kidnapped girls are sold in brothels outside the State. The CID has reported the existence of as many as 32 such gangs in the State. Andhra Pradesh has now become number one State in the country in terms of missing children,” the MIM leader pointed out.
    Answering supplementary during the Question Hour, Home minister K. Jana Reddy said the AP High Court had observed the man missing cases are not cognisable offences and police need not register them. A note in the general register will suffice. However, as a social obligation police are tracing the missing persons

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