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Being extremely ideologically opposite to the cause of building a republic since after partition, how could Pakistan have impact on Indian educated muslims?

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Asked by Jagadish Shettar, 27 Jan '13 11:26 am
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Pakistan being an Islamic Republic (the first Islamic Republic in the world when it was declared as such on 23rd March 1940, in Lahore, known as Lahore Resolution) kindles the religious feelings in Indian Muslims (they prefer to be called Muslim Indians, Muslims first and later Indian). This 'brotherhood' raises in them extra territorial loyalties. Whether it is Pakistan or Myanmar, or Iraq or Afghanistan.
Answered by QueSera Sera, 27 Jan '13 11:35 am

 
  
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No impact
Answered by truth exposed, 27 Jan '13 11:28 am

 
  
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