" Arabic khutbah has more to do with Deobandi Ulimah trying to keep a hold of the Indo-Pak communities". Well aren't the two things mutually exclusive, I mean how can they control using a second(ary) khutbah in Arabic when they themselves dont know the meaning according to you
You would think so wouldn't you?
But that is exactly what is happening.
If it was about being Hanafi, or about replacing Arabic with another language they would be going to Turkish Hanafi Musjids and ordering them to replace Turkish Khutbas with Arabic. But they don't do they.
Instead it is only used to tell their own youth to stay away from Musjids and Prayer halls not controlled by themselves or people like them with the excuse that a Khutba in English is less of a Khutba.
I have said before if all this was to encourage people to learn Arabic I would be all for it. But the way it is done(And I believe the purpose) has the opposite affect.
A small sentence is read from a old book to meet the formalities of Khutba in Arabic. And you have indicated that the Musjids you go to all seem to be reading the same passage from that book repeatedly.
I don't think the desire to understand the meaning of a single sentence repeated each and every Friday in each and every Musjid will encourage anyone to learn Arabic, would it?
And than they put so much effort in to the Urdu Bayan they give beforehand, so much so that people send their kids to Urdu classes instead of Arabic classes so they can learn from the Bayan.
In their Musjids the Imam that knows Arabic will say a line or two in Arabic from his mind to meet the obligation, or he may just read it from Jummah ki Khutba. The Imam that doesn't will only use Jummah ki Khutba or another book.
There is a lot of Indian villiage politics behind all this. It is better for your sanity if you don't understand it.