In 1937, a Faziul-Huq, Chief Minister of Bengal, joined the Muslim League and with that his ministry had, become virtually a Muslim League one. It is the same old tactics of the British Government. On this occasion he delivered his famous historical address which proved to be a milestone in the proceeding to make a demand for an independent Muslim State. The Muslims were disappointed at this. The book was named The Green Book. Jinnah emphasized the fact that the Congress could not win the battle of freedom until it gained the support of all the communities and assurance was not given to the minorities about their rights and protection of interest in an independent India.
It was natural that the Muslim masses were easily led by communal feelings. In his Shahbag residence he hosted 2,000 Muslims between December 27 and 30, 1906. The leadership had remained loyal to the British Empire, and the Government of India Act of 1909 granted separate electorates to the Muslims. Question 1: Give two examples to show that the British encouraged communal and separatist attitude in Indian politics. The Muslims are entirely a different nation from Hindus. So the Head Office of All India Muslim League was Also formed in Aligarh. After coming back from London, Jinnah again took the mantle of leadership of the league.
Religion is only part of the picture, the normally secondary elements of class, gender and national belonging need to be examined. They exposed the nefarious scheme of the British Government and warned the Indian Nationalists not to fall victims to the shrewd policy of the British Government. He was also the chairman of the reception committee and personally bore all the expenses. Poor participation of Muslims in Congress proves it. Conclusion: The greatest achievement of Muslim League was the creation of Pakistan.
On first October 1906 a 35-member delegation of the Muslim nobles, aristocracies, legal professionals and other elite section of the community mostly associated with Aligarh movement gathered at Simla under the leadership of Aga Khan to present an address to Lord Minto. The league won all 30 seats reserved for Muslims with 86 percent of the votes in the elections of December 1945 for the center. On December 30 1906, the annual meeting of Muhammadan Educational Conference was held at Dhaka under the chairmanship of Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk. In 1885, the Indian National Congress was formed to represent the aspiration and demands of the Indians to the British government but within years it turned out to be a Hindu dominated body. It is located in Uttar Pradesh, and is the largest city in the state. Jinnah addressed the gathering, saying that Pakistan should be established without delay. In this context describe the demands made by the Deputation.
He meant what he said and was extremely honest in his dealings with friends and foes alike. These extremist played loud music outside mosques which was disgraceful and offensive and also banned the slaughter of cows. As high as 36 seats, more than one third of the total, were bagged from Bengal alone. Sponsors: vBulletin, Copyright ©2000 - 2019, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd. The partition of Bengal created a communal divide.
Political Settlement with Congress: From the very beginning, the Muslim League wanted a close and cordial terms with the Congress. The Muslim League ultimately won freedom from the British Rule and the Hindu Raj under the unprecedented guidance of Mohammad Ali Jinnah. The Indian Independence Act was passed by the British parliament in July, and the deadline was set for midnight on August 14—15. The role of Hindu extremist groups like Arya Samaj was another factor which aroused Muslim attention. Their demands were granting of separate electorates for Muslims in all local and provincial elections and also that Muslims should be given a greater weightage than their population.
The rise of Hindu militancy, the cow protection movement, the use of religious symbols, and so on alienated the Muslims. The annual meeting of All India Mohammeden Educational Conference December 27-30, 1906 became the message of the liberation of Muslims later on in history when 3000 Muslims from all over India gathered in Dhaka to discuss their issues. Answer: The British believed in the policy of Divide and Rule because they realized that if both the communities fight one against the other, the British could go on ruling India. He hoped that any action taken towards the amelioration of the condition of their countrymen would be hailed with immense satisfaction and joy by all the communities in India. It decided to leave India finally and ordered elections to central and provincial legislatures. In this way, the plan that was to decide the future of the Indo-Pak Sub-continent was actually authored by a Congress-minded Hindu and was approved by Nehru himself.
College that initiated the emergence of Muslim nationalism. Since its inception, Congress had shown clear its interest to only safeguard the rights of Hindus. To Provide the Muslims of India feeling Loyalty to the British Government. In the elections held in 1937, the Muslim League had an astounding performance in Bengal. The meeting was headed by Nawab Waqar-ul- Mulk and Nawab Mohsin-ul- Mulk , the secretary of the All India Mohammaden Educational Conference. Many Hindu historians and several British writers have alleged that the Muslim League was founded at official instigation. He exhorted that the interests of Hindus and Muslims were divergent.
Maghfoor Ahmed Ajazi was its General Secretary. The new nation had 60 million Muslims in East Bengal, West Punjab, Sind, the North-West Frontier Province, and Baluchistan. Nawab Saleem ullah Khan of Dhaka proposed it while Maulana Mohammad Ali Jauhar, Hakim Ajmal Khan, Maulana Zafar Ali Khan along with others supported it. This paper examines Hindu-Muslim violence in India. Or How did the Hindi-Urdu controversy become an important factor in the formation of the Muslim League. This was the start of a new era in India's struggle for independence. There was no turning back for the league after the Pakistan Resolution.