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Guv donates money for promoting urdu

Written by: Staff

Ranchi, Jul 6 (UNI) Jharkhand Governor Syed Sibtey Razi today announced a donation of Rs 50,000 for promoting the urdu language.

The donation was meant for Fatima urdu girls high school of Itki area here.

In a function, organised at "mahila dastkari vidalaya", the Governor distributed diploma certificates among 27 students, who completed the year-long course.

Mr Razi said language is a means to express one's feelings and every language should be preserved.

Referring to the contribution of Hindi literature for development of urdu, the Governor said urdu was developed more by the hindi writers, adding it was not not confined to particular community.

The Governor stressed on education for women, adding only 54 per cent women of the total population were literate in the country.

He said, change in the society was not possibla without education.


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