India and Pakistan emerged in August 1947 as successor states of British India with distinctive identities. India normatively and constitutionally ensconced secularity, albeit with Hindumajoritarianism, whereas Pakistan, despite having relative ethnonational diversity, opted for an overwhelming Islamic character for nation-building and securitization vis-à-vis a “Hindu” enemy.
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