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    • These conflicts damaged Pakistan’s growth as a Nation.
    • Since its birth in 1947 the Pakistani state has been repeatedly challenged by various factors. • Nationalism • Regional separatism • Religious doctrine • Political Ideology • Kashmir’s conflict • Wars of 1965, 1971 and Kargil-India vs. Pakistan war • Domestic conflicts (Balochistan’s present condition, Sindh’s inner problems, Waziristan and Swat’s war) • Religious and sectarian conflicts
    • Every issue’s effects are worse and cause a real time value to our country.
    • • • • • • • • • Partition of 1947 Kashmir’s conflict Indo-Pakistan war of 1965 War of 1971 Conflict of Kargil-India vs. Pakistan Pakistan’s Nuclear blasts on 6th April 1998 9/11 worse effects on Pakistan 21st Centaury’s new terrorist state Pakistan
    • • • • • • • • • Conflict related to Balochistan Conflicts in Sindh Religious and Sectarian conflicts Voilent conflicts in Waziristan Conflicts in Swat Conflicts in Karachi Domestic terrorism Conflicts of interest of our leaders
    • Pakistan faces multiple domestic and international conflicts that has weakened Pakistan as a nationstate, compromising its capacity to function effectively within its territorial limits and making it difficult to project itself positively at the global level. It is becoming increasing problematic for Pakistani state and society to fulfill its obligations towards its citizenry and the international community.