This study aimed to explore the reproduction of linguistic competence in southern Punjab, Pakistan. The study used a sample of 690 respondents who were selected through stratified random sampling technique from the region. The study explored that the respondents from disadvantaged family background in the region used to speak local dialects i.e. Sraiki and Punjabi, in their homes and they have common parlance. However, the respondents from advantaged family background used to speak Urdu and English language in their homes and they have bourgeois parlance. The study concluded that linguistic competence is unequally distributed in the region, which is reproduced from one generation to the next.