Funkymariam said:I thought that industrial reforms were the most important too but my friends insist that the money from industrialization only benefited the infamous 22 families and the divide between rich and poor grew further. So, apparently, the 7% growth rate was of no use.
But the agricultural reforms did generate the wealth needed for industrialization. And yields increased manifold.
(The laws still weren't implemented right though :| )
Sorry 4 LateCan anyone give a complete answer or atleast main points for this question..
Q.Why did pakistan choose Urdu as a national language?(7)
thankx, this relli helpedokay here is my answer for this question.
One of the reasons why urdu became the national language of Pakistan is its long history.It was widely spread in the mughal period and dates back as far as sultan of delhi.In its early stages it was used by armies and became widely spoken and stood in many parts of the subcontinent,SO it is natural that such a well known and established language would be chosen.Another reason for urdu being chosen was its high status.Some of finest early poets like Amir khusrou wrote in urdu and Sir syed ahmed Khan's aligarh university became a center of urdu.Many books including Quran were translated in urdu so it is considered an important language with rich literacy tradition.Perhaps the major reason for urdu being chosen was fact it was closely associated with Pakistan movement.Sir syed ahmed khan supported it and Pakistan movement was made to protect urdu.The Quaid was keen to promote urdu and saw it as a unifying force..Since pakistan was a new country it was very appropriate to pick a language which had played a part in unifying muslims.
U will be able to get 7/7 on this answer according to me......correct me if i m wrong guys