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The making of the Pakistan resolution

Author: Muhammad Aslam Malik
Publisher: Karachi, Pakistan : Ameena Saiyid, Oxford University Press, ©2001.
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"The Pakistan Resolution of 1940 - amended in 1941 with a view to accommodate Punjab's viewpoint - was a watershed in the Indian Muslims' struggle for freedom and emancipation. Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the All-India Muslim League had tried to secure the rights of Muslims as minorities in a united India. When that hope dissipated the All-India Muslim League changed tactics and called for a separate nation for the  Read more...
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Malik, Muhammad Aslam.
Making of the Pakistan resolution.
Karachi, Pakistan : Ameena Saiyid, Oxford University Press, c2001
(OCoLC)605286410
Online version:
Malik, Muhammad Aslam.
Making of the Pakistan resolution.
Karachi, Pakistan : Ameena Saiyid, Oxford University Press, c2001
(OCoLC)607735893
Material Type: Juvenile audience, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Muhammad Aslam Malik
ISBN: 0195795385 9780195795387
OCLC Number: 48713122
Description: xii, 292 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. The Beginning --
2. Invoking Foreign Support for Pakistan --
3. The Committee Stage --
4. The Resolution on the Anvil --
5. Motives, Meanings, and the Amendment.
Responsibility: by Muhammad Aslam Malik.
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"The Pakistan Resolution of 1940 - amended in 1941 with a view to accommodate Punjab's viewpoint - was a watershed in the Indian Muslims' struggle for freedom and emancipation. Mohammad Ali Jinnah and the All-India Muslim League had tried to secure the rights of Muslims as minorities in a united India. When that hope dissipated the All-India Muslim League changed tactics and called for a separate nation for the Muslims, thereby circumventing the minority status of Indian Muslims. Political opponents of the Muslim League, both local and foreign, have termed the Pakistan Resolution a bargaining counter or a British ploy." "Muhammad Aslam Malik, after scrutinizing primary and basic documents relating to the Pakistan Resolution, rejects all such criticism. Based on original sources, this work objectively analyses events leading to Independence. Although the theme is old, this book fills a long-felt need for a properly addressed and researched study based on new material. It is an excellent addition to modern South Asian history."--Jacket.

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