Seminar on Indo-Pak relations held at PU CSAS

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Punjab University Centre for South Asian Studies (CSAS) on Friday organized a seminar on ‘India-Pakistan Relations’.

Former Legal Advisor Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Pakistan Mr. Ross Masud was the keynote speaker while Director CSAS Prof Dr Umbreen Javaid, faculty members and MPhil/PhD scholars were present on the occasion.

The guest speaker started his lecture with the onset of the Muslim rule in South Asia and its consolidation through a structured frame work, provided with an impetus by enormous Muslim rulers. It introduced cultural assimilation in the region, he added.

Mr Masud also threw light on the inception of two nation theory which subsequently led to Pakistan movement.

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