Pakistan is a diverse society with varied ethnic and religious minorities and an enormously plural country characterized by religious, sectarian and ethno-linguistic diversities. The paper analyses the historical existence of the Minorities in the Indian sub-continent, their role, spread and their lives focusing on the religious and social aspects. Socially and religiously, the minorities are enthusiastic to follow their respective religious traditions and practices. This dissertation examines the vision of Jinnah, the Founder of Pakistan, with respect to his views regarding minorities and their status and future in Pakistan.
The objective of the current study is to discuss the factors of the process of Islamisation and its consequences. It is an attempt to explore the complications and disputes which are being raised by the minorities of Pakistan. Further the research is accomplished in such a way to answer the questions; what is the impact of Islamisation on these communities and how they were influenced by other communities? The study provides a historical exploration of these communities. It is concluded that Jinnah was very much clear minded about the status and future of minorities in Pakistan.