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HYDERABAD: The State government was at the receiving end in the Assembly on Monday on the issue of implementation of Urdu as the second official language.
Akbaruddin Owaisi and others of AIMIM pointed out that applications of grievances and their replies were not being accepted in any of the 15 districts and petitions in Urdu was also not being admitted in the High Court, though there were clear orders. Further, out 15 Wakf tribunal members appointed by the State government seven were non-Urdu speaking.
In his reply Chief Minister Kiran Kumar Reddy assured all measures to protect Urdu.
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