The Political Inheritance of Pakistan by D. A. Low (eds.)

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In addressing such questions the seeming unwillingness of the Punjab's rural elite to associate with nationalist concerns needs to be explained . So does the relative ineffectiveness of educated Punjabi Muslims in channelling political support and Muslim opinion towards communal goals. The Muslim service elite of the United Provinces, by comparison, was much bolder in expressing and addressing apprehensions over the position of its co-religionists in South Asia. These questions might be usefully approached by taking a broader view of historical changes in the Punjab.

They became incapable of holding on to the Punjab because of the growing strength of the guerilla war conducted by the Sikhs. The enervated older elite seemed unable to hold the Sikhs at bay either . Therefore, in addition to the level of internal disorder, the shock of foreign invasions also distinguished the Punjab from other, more easterly provinces of the Mughal empire. They enhanced further the discontinuities from the Mughal period. In 1763 and 1764 the Sikhs, freed of effective restraints, rapidly took hold of most of the Punjab .

The single one in Ferozepur was that of the Mamdots, who belonged to the Pathan settlement in Kasur. " For Ludhiana District, five Muslim families found mention in Punjab Chiefs. F The other two families were older, and they exemplified how elite Muslim influence had declined in this region. One of these families, the Sayads of Jagraon, held land in Gurdaspur District from the emperor Akbar's time, and later in Ludhiana. But Ranjit Singh seized their jagir and reduced its holders to poverty. 29 Indeed much of the acquisitions of the cis-Sutlej Sikh chiefs and the Phulkian states were carved out of the territories of the Raikot Rais and Maler Kotla Afghans.

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