Source of unity: the national language creates a feeling of unity and national cohesion people living in different provinces realize that in spite of speaking different languages source of communication: people speak different languages in different provinces however, urdu is spoken and understood in all provinces of pakistan.
Still to possibly not impose one region's language on everybody as national language, they imposed urdu as a national language well at least punjabi and sindhi were not far on the language spectrum from urdu, but the east bengalis had the worst experience. Conclusion: there are more non-punjbis in pakistan than punjabis hence, punjabi can not be the national language of pakistan urdu on the other hand can be spoken and well understood by 80–90% of pakistanis hence, it is the national language of pakistan just like majority of iranians and afghans are not native persian speakers. Hindi is our national language, important to learn it: venkaiah naidu the controversial remarks come at a time when regional parties have accused the bjp of trying to impose hindi on them.
As we all know that urdu language is one of the most popular languages of the world urdu has been designated as a national and official language of pakistan by mohd ali jinnah in 1948 the fact is that for about 90% of the population urdu is a second language but is spoken or rather understood in all the corners of the nation thus making it lingua franca of pakistan i am trying to propagate the use of urdu as national, educational and official language of the country. Apart from english, urdu is our national language we all know that languages play an important role in our social life you are admired through language and your national identity is also based on language.
Urdu is also one of the officially recognized languages in india and the official language of jammu and kashmir, one of the two official languages of telangana and also has the status of additional official language in the indian states of uttar pradesh, bihar, jharkhand, west bengal and the national capital, new delhi.
251 national language (1) the national language of pakistan is urdu, and arrangements shall be made for its being used for official and other purposes within fifteen years from the commencing day (2) subject to clause (1), the english language may be used for official purposes until arrangements are made for its replacement by urdu.
National language is a driving force behind national unity, writes asim nawaz abbassi, 27, of islamabad in pakistan, yet in spite of having constitutional status there is no plan to promote the use of urdu in pakistan.