A look at the four major political movements in Pakistan that attempted to unseat a sitting government.
Nadeem F. Paracha
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There have so far been four major political movements in Pakistan that attempted to unseat the government of the ...
There may be no overt displays but racism is very much alive in the most educated households as well.