Punjabi Suba

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Sikh Religious Extremism - Punjabi Suba - Language Issues
... and East Punjab States Union (PEPSU) was merged with Punjab, which included large numbers of Punjabi as well as Hindi speakers ... India was wary of carving out a separate Punjabi language state, because it effectively meant dividing the state along religious lines Sikhs would form a 60% majority in the resulting Punjabi state ... political party active mainly in Punjab, sought to create a Punjabi Suba ("Punjabi Province") ...
States Reorganisation Commission - Controversies - Punjabi Suba
... The Akali Dal, a Sikh-dominated political party active mainly in Punjab, sought to create a Punjabi Suba (a Punjabi-majority) province ... would be a Sikh-majority state, which caused concern among the Punjabi Hindus ... The Hindu newspapers from Jalandhar, exhorted the Punjabi Hindus to declare Hindi as their "mother tongue", so that the Punjabi Suba proponents could be deprived of the argument that their demand was ...
Fateh Singh (Sikh Leader) - Punjabi Suba Movement
... he started supporting the concept of "Punjabi Suba", a separate state for the Punjabi speakers in India ... senior vice-president of the Shiromani Akali Dal, and had led several marches supporting the Punjabi Suba movement ... Jawaharlal Nehru issued a statement indicating the support for establishment of a Punjabi Suba ...
Sikh Religious Extremism - Punjabi Suba - Akali Dal's Demands
... The Akali Dal led a series of peaceful mass demonstrations to present its grievances to the central government ... The demands of the Akali Dal were based on the Anandpur Sahib Resolution, which was adopted by the party in October 1973 to raise specific political, economic and social issues ...