Table of Contents
- 1 What was one of the goals of the Muslim League?
- 2 What did the Muslim League resolution?
- 3 Why did the Muslim League join Congress?
- 4 What role All India Muslim League played in the Pakistan movement?
- 5 What were the reasons of the failure of the Khilafat movement?
- 6 What was the Khilafat issue?
- 7 What happened to India after WWII?
- 8 What were the effects of Khilafat Movement?
- 9 Why Pakistan flag is green?
- 10 Who made the first flag of Pakistan?
- 11 Why was Lahore resolution passed 7 marks?
- 12 Why did the Khilafat Movement fail?
What was one of the goals of the Muslim League?
The Muslim League was founded in 1906 to safeguard the rights of Indian Muslims. At first the league was encouraged by the British and was generally favourable to their rule, but the organization adopted self-government for India as its goal in 1913.
What did the Muslim League resolution?
The Muslim League resolution of 1940 asked for “Independent States” for Muslims in the north-western and eastern areas of the country.
Why did the Muslim League join Congress?
Through the pact, the two parties agreed to allow representation to religious minorities in the provincial legislatures. The Muslim League leaders agreed to join the Congress movement demanding Indian autonomy. Scholars cite this as an example of a consociational practice in Indian politics.
What role All India Muslim League played in the Pakistan movement?
The League played an important role during the 1940s in the Indian independence movement. It was a driving force behind the creation of Pakistan as a Muslim state on the Indian subcontinent. In Pakistan, the League formed the country’s first government.
What were the reasons of the failure of the Khilafat movement?
One of the main reasons for the failure of the Khilafat Movement was that the main leader of the Khilafat Movement, Maulana Muhammad Ali Jauhar was arrested and imprisoned. The Hijrah Movement also failed. The Emigrants found themselves in a crisis when they returned back.
What was the Khilafat issue?
The Khilafat issue crystallized anti-British sentiments among Indian Muslims that had increased since the British declaration of war against the Ottomans in 1914. Upon their release in 1919, they espoused the Khilafat cause as a means to achieve pan-Indian Muslim political solidarity in the anti-British cause.
What happened to India after WWII?
After the end of the war, India emerged as the world’s fourth largest industrial power and its increased political, economic and military influence paved the way for its independence from the United Kingdom in 1947.
What were the effects of Khilafat Movement?
The combined Khilafat-noncooperation movement was the first all-India agitation against British rule. It saw an unprecedented degree of Hindu-Muslim cooperation and it established Gandhi and his technique of nonviolent protest (satyagraha) at the center of the Indian nationalist movement.
Why Pakistan flag is green?
Symbolism. The Islamic green of the flag represents the Muslim-majority populace of Pakistan while the white stripe on the hoist-end represents its various religious minorities, such as Hindus, Christians, Sikhs, Zoroastrians and others.
Who made the first flag of Pakistan?
The national flag of Pakistan was designed by Syed Amir-uddin Kedwaii and was based on the original flag of the Muslim League. It was adopted by the Constituent Assembly on August 11, 1947, just days before independence.
Why was Lahore resolution passed 7 marks?
Lahore Resolution was the statement adopted by All India Muslim League on 22-24 March 1940. In this resolution it was demanded that there must be establishment of a separate homeland for the Muslims of British India. However, Choudhary Rahmat Ali in his Pakistan Declaration proposed the name “Pakistan”.