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Greater East Punjab

Description The author in the booklet, make a strong plea for reorganization of the state of Punjab in 1948 on the basis of the language spoken by them. They demand that all the areas with a higher density of Punjabi speaking people he united into a single state. These areas are located partly in East Punjab, partly in the Phulkian states of Patiala, and partly in Rajasthan. This demand for the creation of a Punjabi speaking state was made as early as 1948, following partition of Punjab on communal basis. The authors have put for the convincing arguments in support of their demand for reorganization of Punjab on linguistic basis[edit]
Keywords Dr. Rajinder Prashad, Sir Chotu Ram, Punjabi speaking areas, Hindi-speaking areas, language, Gaclic league, Irish Free State, West Bengal, East Bengal, Sir John Simon, Rastria Bhasha, Punjabi, Patiala, Jind, Nabha, Partition, The Sikhs, Master Tara Singh, [edit]
Accession Number   BK-000783
Author #Kulwant Singh, Harbans Singh
Year 1948
Script Roman
Language English
Publisher Lahore Book Shop
Custodian G.S. Lamba, Jalandhar
Length 22.0
Breadth 14.0
Completion Complete
Condition Good
Pages                         74
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