Posted on January 19, 2009
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13 responses to “Pakistani MPs Delegation in China – 1956”

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  2. Sajid Iqbal says:

    A historic photo indeed. I wonder if Mujeeb went there to get some inspiration of Mao’s movement. :P

  3. Gorki says:

    @ Bonobashi and class of 71
    It is interesting to read the posts by class of