Mohsin Hamid's The Reluctant Fundamentalist

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Mohsin Hamids debut novel captures the frustration and anger of less fortunate in a country where the ruling class is thoroughly corrupt and where the economic gulf is so vast that the wealthy insulate themselves from the rules that bind the rest of society. The present will explore the demonstration of inherent conflict between Air conditioned and non Air conditioned division of Pakistan during nuclear tension between India and Pakistan. This research is also an endeavor to examine how elites of Pakistan enjoys all privileges and do not care for the laws of country as law is a kind of tool for them to oppress down trodden. The rich makes and enjoys the sovereign immunity from the rule, while as poor must follow the same rule and are often considered as scapegoat, who do not posses influential connections, and are continuing and bearing the brunt of inherent socio economic conflict. The most conceptual dependence of the study will be on the social conflict theory which is based on the fundamental core idea of division of society into ruling and subject class were ruling class always exploits and oppresses subject class. Key words: Gulf, Air- Conditioned, Endeavor, Sovereign, Scapegoat, Brunt Introduction Mohsin Hamid is a Pakistani Diaspora writer born in 1971. He is best known for his three novels, Moth smoke (2000), The Reluctant Fundamentalist (2007), How to Get Filthy Rich in Rising Asia (2013) and his fourth novel Exit West will be published on 7 march, 2017. His

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