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Muhammad Ali Jinnah

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As you may be aware, the Government has been making genuine efforts to allay the fears and the suspicions of the minorities and if their (Hindu minority's) exodus from Sindh still continues, it is Not because they are not wanted here, but because they are more prone to listen to people across the border who are interested in pulling them out. I am sorry for those misguided people for nothing but disillusionment awaits them in their 'PROMISED LAND'.
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Reply to an address of the Welcome Note presented by the Parsi Community of Sindh, Karachi on February 3, 1948

 
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