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Pakistan Studies By Dr Muhammad Sarwar Pdf In Urdul waneleop




Second, Mohammad Sarwar defends the "reformist" position that has been historically supported by the Muslim jurists of Pakistan. Because he sees the Muslim political elite as a historical construction he argues that Pakistan was never an Islamic state. "The traditional Muslim ruling elite that has its roots in the pre-colonial age and which retained its position after partition was not an Islamic elite. It was an elite by accident of history, whatever the beliefs and values of its members may have been." Dr. Muhammad Sarwar rightly points out that Pakistan is not an Islamic state, but a temporary federation that was made at a particular time and to achieve certain political and economic objectives of the West, which was dominant at the time. In other words, Pakistan was forced on its rulers, who were non-Muslim. This fact is a basic one, which is overlooked. Pakistan Studies By Dr Muhammad Sarwar Pdf In Urdu Pakistan Studies By Dr Muhammad Sarwar Pdf In Urdu This book presents the comparative study of different forms of government. These comparisons include the selection of scholars from both academic and social sciences. Both authors and editors have avoided any political, racial or religious controversy in order to produce a work that would be accepted by any scholar in any discipline. The comparative study of forms of government is the central theme of this book. It includes the study of "two nations theory", "dichotomy of society and state", "institutional structure of the state" and "comparison of the influence of military on the state". These different forms of government are discussed in the following chapters of this book. "Two nations theory" refers to the fact that there are two separate nations: the rich and the poor. The poor are not necessarily from the same socioeconomic class, although they share many similar characteristics. Institutional structure of the state refers to the different types of relations between the state and its citizens. Some of the structures of state are the: the centralized, the federal and the decentralized. There are two types of cultural societies: the Western and the Eastern. In the latter society, government policy is significantly influenced by religion, while in the former, the influence of religion on the state is negligible. Finally, the political history of Pakistan and India shows that the formation of Pakistan was a distinct process and that, at the time, the state in Pakistan is not Islamic. Pak Studies: A Comparative Study of the Reforms Made in Different Periods and Countries, by Muhammad Sarwar Author





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