In 1863 the present East Pakistan and, of the present West Pakistan, the Punjab and Sind formed part of British India, while Balúchistán, Bahawalpur, Khairpur and Kashmir were British-protected states. The redrawing of frontiers in 1947 excludes further comparisons.
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