Impact of Martial Law on Pakistani Society by Mohammad Akmal Makhdum

Impact of Martial Law on Pakistani Society

byMohammad Akmal Makhdum

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Ijaz Hussain Baralvi was a famous lawyer and author. He practiced law in Lahore and was well known in literary and political circles. He wrote an essay which was also delivered as an address to a conference in 1974. This Urdu essay is translated into English by Mohammad Akmal Makhdum. Pakistan has suffered imposition of martial laws repeatedly since its birth as a nation. First martial law was declared in 1958 that lasted 10 years. Subsequent martial laws saw political and democratic institutions destroyed, elected leaders murdered and civil liberties trampled upon. Rule of law and freedoms of assembly and expression were suppressed and courts of law oppressed. Political corruption increased and state civil services were corrupted. Social and collective mental impact are discussed in some detail with a wider view of history.

Title:Impact of Martial Law on Pakistani SocietyFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:May 30, 2016Publisher:Primedia eLaunchLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:1945178272

ISBN - 13:9781945178276

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