The Division of India and Pakistan, the Punjab Region of India and Pakistan, Pakistan Leveraging Solar Power in Punjab, the Symbiotic Relationship Between Pakistan and China, Lahore, Pakistan Being the Capital of the Mogul Empire and its Modern Day Amenities, the Number of People Who Perished During India and Pakistan’s Division, Pakistan’s Young Population, High Illiteracy and the Poverty Rates in Pakistan, the Pakistani Job Market Unable to Support the Population, the Sikh State of Khalistan That Never Came to Fruition, and the Revenge Killing of 300 Sikhs After the Assassination of Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi

When India was divided to create the state of Pakistan, Pakistan ended up getting the lions share of the Punjab region. Punjab is fed by 5 rivers, allowing it’s farmland to produce 20,000,000 (20 million) tonnes of wheat every year. On the Pakistani side of the Punjab region, the Quaid-e-Azam solar park has solar panels installed across 26 square kilometers of land. This powers 100,000 homes and businesses, pending that the sun shines upon it consistently. This large collaboration between Pakist...

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