Here I do not want to throw light on bitter facts faced by our ancestors. Even the blunder of not taking half Sindh (like half Punjab and half Bengal ) was not demanded by our so called great leaders. Every culture, language, literature, heritage, music, poetry, moral values etc, survived with piece of region.
We Sindhis do not have any land or state. Even for our language survival, not any Sindhi Channel has been provided to us. Like other communities our people do not get awards nominated by state governments. We do not have any reservation in assemblies and Parliament. Even lesser populated Anglo -Indians get such reservations and rights. We have great role in bringing more foreign exchange. Our community provide more opportunities of employment. Our role in generating national income is very important. Still the things are unchanged.
The question arises that who will listen to our grief of making us rootless and stateless? We have some great hopes with the present government, at least provide us a Sindhi channel so that our children can learn Sindhi and sing songs in our mother tongue. This is our fundamental right and duty of the government to do the needful.
On 10th April 1967, at the time of inclusion of the Sindhi language in constitution, former Prime Minister Mr Atal Bihari Vajpayee said, "Hindi is my mother tongue and Sindhi is my mother's sister tongue and so is my Mausi's tongue." In the government of BJP, the present Prime Minister should give respect to feelings and emotions of Sindhi people and for the sake of the promotion of the language a Sindhi channel should be provided.
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