Aspects of the Pakistan movement
This Book Is A Collection Of Articles Which Deal With The Salient Aspects Of The Movement For The Creation Of Pakistan. Included In This Volume Are: Origins And The Development Of The Pakistan Movement - Hindu-Muslim Communal Tangle: Genesis Of The Pakistan Demand - Muslims And System Of Representative Government In British India - Devolution Of British Authority In India As A Factor In The Muslim Crisis Of The 1940S - Leadership Roles In Muslim India: The Case Of Traditional Political Leaders - Lahore Resolution And Its Implications - Qaid-I-Azam Jinnah And Political Mobilization Of The Indian Muslims, 1940-47.
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Origins and Development of the Pakistan Movement
Muslims and System of Representative Government
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Abdul Abul Kalam Azad Aga Khan All-India Muslim League Allama Ayesha Jalal British authority British Government Calcutta centre Conference Constituent Assembly constitutional Council Coupland Delhi demand for Pakistan elections fact federal Gandhi Government of India Hindu majority Hindu-Muslim relations Husain Ibid idea India Muslim League Indian Muslims Indian National Indian politics Iqbal Islam Islam in India Jamiat Karachi Khilafat Khizar Hayat Khan Lahore Resolution leadership Legislative Linlithgow London Mansergh March minority mobilize Muhammad Ali Jinnah Muslim demand Muslim India Muslim interests Muslim leaders Muslim Politics Muslim-majority provinces Nehru Report Pakistan demand Pakistan Movement parliamentary Partition of India Pirzada provincial leaders Punjab Punjab and Bengal Quaid-i-Azam Quaid-i-Azam Jinnah Quaid-i-Azam Muhammad religious representative responsible role safeguards separate electorates separate Muslim Sikandar Hayat Khan social elites Speeches and Writings Syed Ahmad Khan Syed Sharifuddin Pirzada system of government traditional Transfer of Power ulama Viceroy Wavell