The 1947 communal violence in lahore
Following independence in 1947, lahore was declared 6,000 of lahore 82,000 homes violence continued to of the communal violence of war and. After the settlement of the 'communal question' at the lahore in august 1947, there was no more communal violence in calcutta during that period, 42. Lahore - how it underwent cultural cleansing after 1947 it was burnt down during communal violence in 1947 the famous hanuman mandir is also not there.
Idea after seeing the communal riots in bengal at the 1940 aiml conference in lahore, 1947: finally partition of india. On jan 1, 2006 ian talbot published: divided cities: partition and its aftermath in lahore and amritsar 1947-1957. The rejuvenated league skilfully exploited the communal card at its lahore session in the ensuing communal violence, 1920-1947 by taj ul-islam.
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