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The failure of national integration.
Nationalism is entirely subjective in the context but it fails to prevail in any state when the inter-subjectivity of the term is questioned. Though, the literature of political science differentiates between nation and nationalism but one thing is essential to their survival i.
Unfortunately, the creation of Pakistan has also witnessed the same sort of paradox i. Before the incorporation of constitution, state machinery was governed by Government of India Act.
Generally, newly crafted states opt strong center policies where state building is largely focused at the expense of nation building. Thus, the overall narrative seems detrimental to the phenomenon of national integration which ask for incorporation of every community in the single but distinct national political system.
Same is the case with disintegration of Pakistan when state building overruled the need of unified community under the cover of political and economic development. This resulted in the creation of Bangladesh in December 16, Ronaq Jahan briefly explains the overall scenario where concentration of authority meant lethal to the national cohesion and, analyzes the deep political manipulation and constitutional flaws which deprived the eastern wing from its very will to speak and make demands for the respective rights.
Variance in the distribution of power between the two wings largely contributed to the absence of committed political leadership which, then, undergone maneuvering from the western side at the expense of eastern side.
By dissecting the anatomy of both wings, Ronaq Jahan finds severe contrast because of the various differences existing in geography, demography, language, culture, history, traditions and religion.
Firstly, both wings were separated from each other by over one thousand miles. The location of west wing is favoured towards middle east whereas eastern one is in geographical continuity with south-eastern Asia. Secondly, the population structure also varies considerably.
Western part carries heterogeneous population comprising of Pashtun, Baloch, Punjabi, Seraiki and Sindhi. As far as the opposite wing is considered, the homogenous population was residing with few minority divisions.
Thirdly, the culture of western wing is more diversified as compared to the other wing. Tribalism, feudal landlordism and caste like stratification was more prevalent in the western side whereas eastern community entertained liberation from any such classification. Here, the language factor also plays its role.
Bengali played a prominent role on one side whereas the other side of the story is surely involved in complexity. On behalf of the political elites, they failed in developing any second popular language understandable to the people of both sides.Voices of Protest: The Politician and the Radio Priest Alan Brinkley, the author of Voices of Protest, wrote about Huey Long and Father Coughlin who launched attacks on Roosevelt's administration during the years of This period of time was during the great depression.
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