After Independence why was there a reluctance to divide the country on linguistic lines CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions

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After Independence, why was there a reluctance to divide the country on linguistic lines? -CBSE Class 8 History NCERT Solutions

Chapter 12: India after Independence


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The government was reluctant to divide the country on the linguistic lines because the country was already divided on the basis of religion. The partition had killed millions of people. It feared that further division of the country on linguistic lines could disrupt its unity and integrity. It felt that it was required for the country to remain strong and to reject any force which could disturb the peace and unity of the country.

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