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Motives and Objectives of Muslim League

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Motives and Objectives of Muslim League

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Introduction

The important motives and objectives of Muslim League are as under:
1. To safe guard and protect Muslim interests and to convey their demands to British Government.
2. To create a feeling of respect and good will in Muslims for the British Government.
3. To promote brotherhood between different nationals of India.
Role of Muslim League

The role played by All India Muslim League in the creation of Pakistan is summarized under:
Minto-Morley Reform Act - 1909

The Muslims under the able leadership of Muslim League now began to press for the separate electroate for the Muslims. The authorities accepted their demand in an Act, called "The Minto-Morley Reform Act", 1909.
Lucknow Pact - 1916

In November 1916, two committees of League and Congress met at Calcutta and drew and agreement draft of political reform for India called "Lucknow Pact." Through this pact the Congress recognized the separate status of Muslims.
Simon Commission

In 1927, Simon Commission was sent to India under the chairmanship of Sir John Simon to settle Muslim Hindu differences. It was rejected because there was no Indian member on the commission.
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Jinnah's Fourteen Points - 1929

The Quaid-e-Azam refused to accept the nehru - report. He prepared a draft of guiding principles consisting of 14 points, popularly known as "Jinnah's Fourteen Points."
Allama Iqbal's Allahabad Address - 1930

In 1930, in his presidential address at annual session of League at Allahabad, Iqbal proposed the formation of a separate Muslim State by combining Northern and South-Western Muslim majority region in Sub Continent.
Day of Deliverance

On 22nd December, Muslim League observed "Deliverance Day" to thank for Allah for resignation of Congress Ministers.
Pakistan Resolution - 1940

The attitude of the Hindus made it clear that the Hindus and the Muslims were two separate nations. On March, 23rd, at the annual session of the Muslim League at Lahore, the famous resolution, commonly known as the Pakistan Resolution was passed. It was presented by Maulvi Fazlul Haq.
Cripps Mission - 1942

Sir Stafford Cripps was sent by the British Government to India, to discuss with Indian leaders, the future Indian Constitution. His proposal was rejected by both the Congress and the League. The Congress characterized them as "a post-dated check on a failing bank." Jinnah said that:
"If these were accepted "Muslims would become a minority in their majority provinces as well".
Gandhi Jinnah Talks - 1944

Gandhi held talks with Jinnah to discuss about the future of India, but no fruitful results came out of it because Gandhi did not accept Muslims as a separate nation.
Simla Conference - 1945

Lord Wavell called a conference at Simla. The conference failed to achieve any purpose due to one sided attitude of Lord Wavell. In this conference, Quaid-e-Azam made it crystal clear that the (7) Muslims League can represent Muslims of India.
General Elections - 1945-1946

Elections for the central and provincial assemblies were held in 1945-1946 in which Muslim League won 30 seats of central legislative meant for Muslim and 430 seats out of 495 in the provincial legislative.
Cabinet Mission - 1946

Cabinet Mission visited India in 1946 and submitted its recommendations to the Britishers. As a result Interim Government was formed but Congress and League couldn't cooperate amongst them.
Delhi Convention - 1946

Quaid-e-Azam called a convention of all the Muslim League Members at Delhi. At the convention every membter took the pledge to under go any danger for the attainment of national goal of Pakistan.
3rd June Plan - 1947

Lord Mount Batten prepared the plan for transference of power according to the wish of people. He emphasized on the partition of the country and told that it was the only solution of the Indian political deadlock. Both League and Congress accepted the plan.
Conclusion

Muslims League thus got its object and Pakistan was created on 14th August 1947. In short we can say that the creation of Pakistan is the result of the ceaseless efforts of the Muslim League and the great heroes which dedicated their lives for the creation of Pakistan. If there were be no Muslim League the fate of the Muslims of the Sub Continent could not be changed

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