Pakistan Resolution and the Working Committee of the All India Muslim League, 1940
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Published by National Archives of Pakistan in Islamabad .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • India

Subjects:

  • All India Muslim League -- History.,
  • Pakistan movement.,
  • India -- Politics and government -- 1919-1947.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementcompiled and edited by, Attique Zafar Sheikh, Ashraf Ali, Malik Mohammad Riaz.
ContributionsShaik̲h̲, ʻAtīq Ẓafar., Ali, Ashraf, 1936-, Riyāz̤, Malik Muḥammad.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS480.45 .P275 1998
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 190 p. :
Number of Pages190
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL155556M
LC Control Number99922242

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  comitte • there were 25 formally designated members of the special working committee of the all india muslim league, , which met between 21 and 24 march , and largely drafted the lahore resolution. “This Session of the All India Muslim League places on record its deep sense of sorrow at the unfortunate and tragic occurrence on the 19th March, , owing to a clash between the Khaksars and the Police resulting in the loss of a large number of lives and injuries to many more and sincerely sympathizes with those who have suffered and with Followers: While approving and endorsing the action taken by the Council and the Working Committee of the All India Muslim League, as indicated in their resolutions dated the 27th of August, 17th & 18th of September and 22nd of October, , and the 3rd of February, on the constitutional issue, this session of the All India Muslim League emphatically reiterates that the scheme of . The Khaksar Resolution (given below) was passed unanimously on the same night that the Pakistan Resolution was passed (Ma ). The said Resolution is not cited at the Minar-e-Pakistan (Lahore), which shows the way Pakistan’s history is being ers:

Lahore Resolution adopted at the general session of the muslim mohammed ali jinnah called a general session of the All India Muslim League in Lahore to discuss the situation that had arisen due to the outbreak of the Second World War and the Government of India joining the war without taking the opinion of the Indian leaders, and also to analyse the reasons that . "At this junction," says a resolution adopted by the meeting, "the meeting feels it desirable and necessary on its part to make a respectful recommendation to the Working Committee of the All-India Muslim League to state its mind in unequivocal language with regard to the future of the Indian Muslim nation and prepare the latter also for.   As 23 rd day of March is approaching, Pakistanis are warming up for another holiday to celebrate the Pakistan Day in commemoration of the historic passage of the Lahore Resolution (also known as the Pakistan Resolution) in by the working committee of all India Muslim league. The Lahore Resolution, actually, formulated the creation of the state of Author: Zubair Sheikh.   As 23 rd day of March is approaching, Pakistanis are warming up for another holiday to celebrate the Pakistan Day in commemoration of the historic passage of the Lahore Resolution (also known as the Pakistan Resolution) in by the working committee of all India Muslim league. The Lahore Resolution, actually, formulated the creation of the state of .

The All-India Muslim League demanded that the right of self-determination should be guaranteed to the Indian Muslims and the British Government should give effect to Pakistan scheme keeping in view the basic principles laid down in the Lahore Resolution passed in March,   The Lahore Resolution, was prepared by Muslim League Working Committee and was presented by A. K. Fazlul Huq, the Prime Minister of Bengal was a formal political statement adopted by the All-India Muslim League on the occasion of its three-day general session in Lahore on 22–24 March Presidential address by Muhammad Ali Jinnah to the Muslim League Lahore, Ladies and Gentlemen: [[1]] We are meeting today in our session after fifteen months. The last session of the All-India Muslim League took place at Patna in December Since then many developments have taken place.   He always Acknowledged the positive impact of the Aligarh Movement on the social and political environment of the Muslim community. In his book “Pathway to Pakistan”, he repeatedly refereed to Sir Syed Ahmad Khan as the “Father of the Modern Muslim India”.