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Punjabi is the official language of Chandigarh & Chandigarh is the capital of Punjab & belongs to only Punjab. Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, & Delhi are also a part of Punjab, go look up your history on how the Punjab region was divided into 4 states IN 1966. Chandigarh is supposed to be transfered back to Punjab as soon as possible. http://articles.timesofindia.indiatimes.com/2012-03-22/india/31224393_1_syl-haryana-punjab. http://defenceforumindia.com/forum/politics-society/33432-chandigarh-belongs-punjab.html. STOP MAKING UNEDUCATED CHANGES. Hindi was born in UP, not in Punjab. Punjabi language gave birth to Hindi, go look up the history & stop being IGNORANT!
- The only person being ignorant is the one who insists they are right without real evidence. You might not want to believe it but Chandigarh is a UT and it is the capital of both Punjab and Haryana. Closing your eyes won't make things different. The news story link you gave doesn't actually say what the official language of Chandigarh is. All it says is that the governor of Punjab claimed Chandigarh was Punjabi-speaking. The other link is just someone's copy and paste job of the news story, so it doesn't make your point any stronger. I challenge you to find one reliable piece of evidence which states what OFFICIAL languages Chandigarh has and if it says only Punjabi, then we can change the article. Green Giant (talk) 01:54, 26 May 2013 (UTC)
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