Indian partition migrants from Rajasthan say they are Sindhis, should not be considered Muhajirs or Urdu speakers
The Indian partition refugees from pre-partition Indian state of Rajasthan, known as Qaimkhani Rajputs, held gathering in Tando Allahyar district of Sindh and said they are neither Urdu speakers nor Muhajirs. They said, “we are Sindhis.” Such was said through the community leader Sabir Qaimkhani who was also a Vice Mayor (Naib-Nazim) of District Tando Allahyar. He also said that his community wants the unity of Sindh. News Courtesy: Daily Awami Awaz.
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The Urdu speaking intellectuals of Sindh mostly based in Karachi have said that Sindh is not a province, but a national historical land. They have said that that although they are Urdu speaking but they are Sindhi and consider themselves part of Sindhi nation. They said that majority of the Urdu speaking do not want the division of Sindh. Those who shared this views include prominent Urdu speaking Sindhi intellectuals Aliya Imam and Rahat Saeed yesterday with Sindhi daily Kawish. They also said that Urdu speaking would defend Sindh if anyone tried to occupy the land. Read details in Sindhi daily Kawish
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