I= INFLUENCE OF TRIBALISM ON THE POLITICS OF FAISALABAD DIVISION
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Title of Thesis
INFLUENCE OF TRIBALISM ON THE POLITICS OF FAISALABAD DIVISION

Transliteration
Faisalabad Division Ki Syasat Per Baradary Ism Kay Asraat

Author(s)
Mughith Ahmed Nasir
Institute/University/Department Details
Department of Political Science and International Relation/ Bahauddin Zakariya University Multan
Session
2004
Subject
Political Science
Number of Pages
246
Keywords (Extracted from title, table of contents and abstract of thesis)
tribalism, faisalabad division, caste system, sandal bar, tribal attachment, wild tribes, drawars, aryans, gujjars, rajputs, arain, jats

Abstract
History of Faisalabad is traced back party to one century –various tribes of the Punjab settled here during colonization of “ Sandal Bar”. The politics in Faisalabad division, after influx of refugees from Eastern Punjab , revolves round an axis of tribalism.

During the election of 1970 a strong political party put an end to this trend but nonparty election of 1985 played central role in fomenting the sentiment of tribal attachment. This attachment warned during the subsequent election held on party basis, but it grew stronger & stronger in Faisalabad Division.

The tickets for National & Provincial assemblies are awarded by the political parties on basis of Clannishness.

People in Faisalabad Division evening their every day like are prone to tribalism. This trend will go on until & unless, Political parties are not provided chance to propagate their ideas freely particularly in rural areas

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S. No. Chapter Title of the Chapters Page Size (KB)
1 0 Contents
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2 1 Significance Of Politics & Tribal Attachment 10
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3 2 Background Of Tribalism In The Sub-Content 17
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  2.1 Wild Tribes, Drawars & Aryans
  2.2 Beginning Of Caste System 19
  2.3 Sultans And Tribalism 23
  2.4 Reign Of Sikhs And Tribalism 25
  2.5 British Rule And Tribalism 27
  2.6 Political Parties And Tribalism 30
  2.7 All India National Congress 30
  2.8 All India Muslim League 30
  2.9 Unionist Party 31
  2.10 Elections Of 1945-1946 And Tribalism 34
  2.11 Tribal And Factional Influences On The Sub-Content And Neighboring 37
  2.12 Countries, India, Sri Lanka, Nepal Nigeria 37-39
4 3 Historical Background Of Faisalabad District
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  3.1 Mutual Relations Of Important Tribes In Sandal Bar 42
  3.2 Colonization Of Sandal Bar 44
  3.3 Sikh 50
  3.4 Hindu 51
  3.5 Muslims 52
  3.6 Introduction To Important Muslim Tribes 56
  3.7 Kharl, Harl 56
  3.8 Waseer, Watto, Baluch 57
  3.9 Settler Tribes 58
  3.10 Jats 58
  3.11 Arain 60
  3.12 Rajputs 62
  3.13 Gujjars 64
  3.14 History Of Faisalabad District 68
5 4 Influence Of Tribalism On The Elections Of Provincial & National Assemblies In Faisalabad And “Toba Tek Singh” 72
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  4.1 History Of Election Faisalabad 73
  4.2 Analysis Of National & Provincial Elections 77
  4.3 Faisalabad City 130
  4.4 District Toba Tek Singh 138
  4.5 Comprehensive Analysis Of Influence Of Tribalism On Elections 154
6 5 Influence Of Tribalism On Local Bodies Elections In Faisalabad And Toba Tek Singh 163
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  5.1 Municipalities 164
  5.2 Division Of Population And Circles 167
  5.3 Elections Of Local Bodies In 1983 169
  5.4 Local Bodies Election In 1987 175
  5.5 Local Bodies Election In 1991 181
  5.6 Comprehensive Analysis Of Local Bodies Election 191
7 6 Influence Of Tribalism On Institutions In Faisalabad 194
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  6.1 Agricultural University Of , Faisalabad 195
  6.2 Faisalabad Development Authority 202
  6.3 Influence Of Tribalism On District Court, Bar Association 203
  6.4 Conclusion 206
  6.5 Bibliography 214
  6.6 Appendixes 228