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Wasn't the partion forced by the AIML? The British wouldn't have partioned India if it wouldn't have been demanded by the majority of the muslims.
thats so sad actually 🥺
merge pakistan with india nd with bangladesh too
Divide and rule...
I just learned that Indians also say Hindustan, I thought they only say Bharat so that’s what I used because of respect. Man it’s all the Britishers that are dividing us.
You showed wrong India map in this video r5Ps1TZXAN8&t=1m04s 1:04
what is the reason why british want to divide the area into two countries tho? why not just make it one country?
seems like a skill issue
Problem of the Kashmir is not political. It's a religious problem. Once you diagnose the problem correctly then you can move towards the solution.
P.S.- Kashmiri Muslims are converted Ajlafi class not the Ashrafis. They were Hindus, Buddhists and Sikhs earlier, they were converted by Muslim invadors and now their loyalty lies with the Muslim Ummah.
Please don't ignore the issue of caste system and how brutal that was even when these prominent religions were living together.
Separate but equal DOCTRINE (no, 1947 < 1954).
I hate izlam and Pakistan.
Islam is the reason subcontinent is in turmoil
You'll be happy to know that now Indian government has made a corridor to visit kartarpur with the help of talking with Pakistan. you can book tickets online
How great a nation they'd be if united?
i used to hear about this deep hate between india and paksitan when i was a kid living in Punjab, but after moving to Canada i went through a huge shock being in same school with Pakistani immigrants , and then you learn how much of a divide thats being created by politicians.. Now one of my best friend is originally from Pakistan. This i could have never fathomed if i had been living in India.
Why did they even separate Pakistan and India in the first place? Especially since India is a secular nation?
I’ve learned more about my religion then I ever have in my life ❤from 🇨🇦
I would like to draw the borders of UK
My grandmother's dad lived in Pakistan's side before partion...so at the time of partition he and one of his frnds took one blanket and left Pakistan(blanket bcuz there was no space on trains and had no time also to take any other thing, so took a blanket if they would have to sleep on roads). They boarded a train. Everywhere you can see where people in terror and dead bodies lying around. Muslims were killing all hindus on that train. It was evening and grandma's dad went to toilet, he listened people crying and screaming, he was terrified and waited in toilet. Nearly after an hour he came out and when he went to his coach he saw his frnd beheaded and many people dead and people who survived where crying. He explains that he couldn't understand anything and he felt like dying. He lost his frnd and reached Assam with dead bodies all around.
Partition was one of the most horrific events this land has ever seen