Dear Mr. Hakimi
Since 1964, according to the new Afghan constitution, the name Dari has been recognized as the language of the Afghan people. This was when Mr. Daoud kahan had been stepped down from the hereditary chancellorship and was likely plottingto regain power through a military coup.
In all the named regions from Kandahar to Ghazni, from Bamyan to Maimene and from Nangarhar to Badakhshan and throughout Afghanistan, you do not find a region called Pars, why? Because Pars is located in the southwest of present-day Iran with a center called Astakhr. Iran itself was called Pars or Persia until 1935. Therefore, it is wrong to attribute our language to the name of a region, where history does not show that our language came to us from there. Dari language arose from Balkh, and that is why it was called Balkhi language. As mentioned before, Dari is a name that appeared in the 10th century in the works of those mentioned above.