Migration

International Migration and Development in South Asia

Md Mizanur Rahman
Tan Tai Yong
Routledge
2015

Situating the Post-Partition Muslim Migrant in Pakistan

Author(s): 
Soumyadeep Neogi
Publisher/Sponsor: 
Daath Voyage: An International Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies in English , 2020
www.academia.edu/44136220/Situating_the_Post_Partition_Muslim_Migrant_in_Pakistan

Abstract:Millions of people were forced to migrate after the Partition of the Indian subcontinent. Themassive human displacement enabled the creation of new ethnic identities. This was, especially,pronounced for migrant Muslims in Pakistan who had to settle there and restart their lives. Althoughinitially, they were regarded as religious refugees who had sacrificed everything for Pakistan, soonthey were treated as unwanted outsiders.

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