Pakistani Awaam Kab Sudhar nahi sakti
پاکستانی عوام رمضان میں بائیک کی جگا جنت کب مانگے گی،دیکھیں صرف ایک بائیک کے لئے کوئی کس حد تک گر سکتا ہے
Pakistanis (Urdu: پاكِستانى قوم; Pakistani Qaum) are the people who are citizens of the modern Islamic Republic of Pakistan and their descendants. Pakistan is a multi-ethnic and multilingual state: the majority of its people belong linguistically to the Indo-Aryan group, while the remaining minority mainly belongs to the Iranic subgroup, apart from a small amount of other language groups and families. As of 2011, the estimated population of Pakistan was over 199 million making it the world’s sixth most-populous country.
Pakistan has one of the world’s fastest growing populations. As the country is located in South Asia, Pakistani people are a mixture of various ethnic groups. Several ethnic groups, invading armies and the migrations to the region by people passing through on their way to and from Indus have left their imprint on the population.
Pakistani people belong predominantly to seven main ethno-linguistic groups: Punjabis, Sindhis, Seraikis, Pashtuns, Mohajirs, Balochs, and Kashmiris, with substantial numbers of Brahuis, Hindkowans, Shins, Burushos, Wakhis, Baltis, Chitralis and other minority ethnic groups in the remote north of the country.