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Pakistan was created on the basis of Jinnah’s Two Nation Theory, which states that Hindus and Muslims are two separate entities that cannot survive together, so they need separate nations for their freedom. Many Indians believe that this theory is flawed because Pakistan broke into further two entities in 1971 and Pakistan’s progress is equivalent to Indian Muslims. However, I firmly believe that Pakistan and India should not reunite. These two countries are on the opposite ends of the spectrum in terms of their religion and culture. Such vast differences make it difficult for the two countries to survive with each other.
History has shown how these two nations have been as a single entity. One should learn from the past instead of repeating mistakes. As seen before, if both these nations unite, Muslims will be in the minority and their voice will be suppressed. These two countries cannot live together peacefully. They have huge religious differences and Muslims, being few in number, will not have the freedom to practice their religion peacefully the way they can practice independently. Even today, minorities in India have no voice and they are not given respect. There have been uprising against Muslims even after the partition such as the Nellie massacre, the Bombay riots, and the Gujrat riots. Thousands of Muslims have lost their lives. Not only there is no safety for Muslims, but they also will not have enough opportunities for employment in the government and private sector. There is no voice of minorities in India today. There is a lot of ethnic and cultural tension in India.
Many people believe that uniting both nations will lower terrorism and ease the economic situations. However, I disagree; there is no guarantee that it will reduce terrorism, but it may increase risks for India as well. It may also magnify the problems of poverty and poor health and sanitation rather than eliminating them because neither of the countries is better off in countering these problems. There will be no effect on the standard of living of the people.
Furthermore, even if the two nations unite, it is impossible for anything to eradicate the differences in people’s heart and mind in the long term. Rather than unification, both countries should develop their relations as neighbors and help each other prosper as independent nations. The countries should work to build a positive relation and spend on educating the masses rather than on missiles and growing differences with each other.
In conclusion, efforts should be made to sort out the differences between Pakistan and India. There are numerous problems which intensely affect the relation between the counties and cannot let them move on like the issue of Azad Kashmir. Problems like these should be resolved first to build a positive and healthy relation between these countries. However, unification is definitely not a good idea. I personally think it is a better scenario for these two countries to independently flourish on the world’s platform.