: Indian textbooks are not the only ones with political and religious tint, Pakistan also faces the same problem. Members of the Pakistani delegation that took part in the Indo-Pak dialogue organised jointly by the Centre for Dialogue and Reconciliation, Mumbai, and Lahore University of Management Studies, said the problem was not restricted to India alone. “We were told about sectarian focus in Indian textbooks, but the same was apparent in Pakistan too. But public pressure ensured that it was withdrawn,” a delegate said.

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