How the British failed India and Pakistan
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The two nations were born at war — which can be traced back to this British strategy. Join the Video Lab! http://bit.ly/video-lab For nearly 200 years, India was … .

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40 thoughts on “How the British failed India and Pakistan

  1. It’s sad that this happened but there no use of saying things like we will be one again.
    That can’t happen all you have to do is respect each other and admit that both countries have flaws I as a Pakistani do believe that their are terrorist here but not a lot most of us are normal people not terrorists. 🙏🙏

  2. Those lines drawn along the borders of India and Pakistan…. are the most bizarre lines in the history of Humanity…. 1947 almost 10 million people died in the religious riots…

    Someone well said that, if you see two dogs barking a white man must have passed through it

  3. India and Pakistan are technically 1 nation.. these people have the same ethnic background… native to the region for a millennia the only deference was religion.. communities that had lived side by side for a thousands years suddenly erupted in violence all because of the British who sough to make these groups fight one another. Nehru should have given Jinnah the representation in congress the Muslims needed.. instead he opted to divide India

  4. You know what is incredibly annoying to me. The fact that many people think that it was the U.K. who decided to partition India. It wasn’t. It was the minority Muslims in India who wanted the partition, in fact the British actually wanted India to stay united as they would be a stronger ally in the war. We just drew the borders.

  5. My great grandfather fought against the british to create Pakistan and my grandfather fought against Pakistan to create Bangladesh. My father fought against Bangladeshi military regime to bring back democracy. And now, I'm spreading negativity 24/7 in internet.

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