Already happened. Karachi now has the one of, if not the largest pakhtoon population of the world for a city.A serious question to you and if we can let's avoid the usual charges of racism which does not take any discussion anywhere. We have our differances so let's live with that.
So the question is this -
- BETWEEN 1947 and 1952 there was a massive wave of migration into Sindh that changed the demography in cities like Karachi and Hydrabad into Urdu speaking majorities.
- QUESTION: Would the Urdu community accept another massive wave of migration that might change the demographics in favour of another majority?
Ps. For the sake of argumant let's assume that the 'massive wave' this time is Sindhi speakers. although the principle applies to any ethnic or social group.
@_NOBODY_ I tag you to follow this.
The demographics will change and inter community marriages will dilute the lines over time. Till the only identity that remains is Pakistani (hopefully).
In my family there are already many inter marriages with Punjabi community.