LAHORE: Role of minorities and contribution of non­-Muslim Pakistanis should also be the part of the textbooks, speakers at the launch of books and a video documentary at the Government College University Lahore said here on Thursday.

The occasion was the launch of books titled “Leading Lights: the north stars of Pakistan’s marginalized religious communities” by Ms Bushra Sultana, and “Beyond the Other: roots of religious syncretism in Pakistan” by Haroon Khalid.

Vice Chancellor Prof Dr Hassan Amir Shah chaired the launch ceremony of the books published by the Faiz Foundation.

Published in Dawn, May 20th, 2016

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