|This image is now in the public domain because its term of copyright has expired in Pakistan. According to Pakistani copyright laws, all photographs enter the public domain fifty years after they were published, and all non-photographic works enter the public domain fifty years after the death of the creator.|
IndianCow Talk 16:01, 27 October 2006 (UTC)
The partition of India happened more than 50 years ago, when most people didn't have access to cameras. The object in question can't be substituted by any other image. Moreover the image is now in public domain.
Please refer META DATA for information on public domain status. Released by Director of Public Relations, East Punjab
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