He even started advising the Muslims to stay away from the Hindus and support the British Rule in India. Picture Based Questions Question 1: Answer the following: i Name the famous Muslim reformer in the picture. The Central office of Muslim League was shifted to Lukhnow in 1910 where it functioned uptill 1927. The first stage of its formation was the meeting held at Lukhnow in September, 1906, participated by the representatives arrived there from all over the India. The Muhammaden Education Conference, a famous educational, national organization of U. The necessity to … form the All India Muslim League was first conceived by Nawab Muhsan-ul-Mulk, the then administrator of the Muslim Educational Conference, and its first session in which it was formed was presided over by Nawab Wiqar-ul-Mulk. For that purpose he met with senior English bureaucrats and with their guidance, along with local Indian contribution a political party was formed in 1885.
After the formation of Bangladesh, the Muslim League was revived in 1976, but it was reduced, rendering it insignificant in the political arena. However the partition was carried out by the British Government only to simplify the administrative measures. Nawab Sir Saleemullah Khan didn't appoint Nawab Wiqar ul Mulk, but he only hosted the meeting i. Also elected were six vice-presidents, a secretary and two joint secretaries for a term of three years. To Provide the rise among the muslims of india any feeling of hostality towards other community without prejudice to other ojects of League. College that initiated the emergence of Muslim nationalism.
The object of this Association was to dissuade the Muslims from joining the Indian National Congress and to advocate their loyalty to the British Government. Meanwhile Nawaab Salimullah Khan published a detailed scheme through which he suggested the party to be named All India Muslim Confederacy. Claim of congress to the only reponsible properties. At that time this was the party of. Ms Jinnah also managed to sneak past him in Hyderabad. Question 5: The All-India Muslims League was founded on 30 December 1906. It was founded by the Muhammaden Educational Conference behind the circumstances arose in the aftermath of 1905 partition of Bengal.
God says in the Quran in Sura Hujaraat Ch. To Protect muslims and Rights and Interests. So they deliberately followed the policy of Divide and Rule. Chaudhary Khaliquzzaman who was an eminent Muslim Leauge Leader from U. The League played an important role during the 1940s in the. The demands of the delegation were accepted by the Viceroy which in turn led to the formation of Minto-Morley reforms.
They are Liaquat Ali Khan and his wife. But the actual work requires the same discipline and passion as any job you love doing, be it as a very good pipe fitter or a highly creative artist. He even founded the Mohammedan Anglo Oriental College in 1875 at Aligarh to spread education. Jinnah resigned as the president of the Muslim League on 17 December and the two Muslim Leagues respectively elected as President of the Muslim League Pakistan and Muhammad Ismail as the president for Indian Union Muslim League. The main goal of All India Muslim League was the attainment of an independent country where Muslims could flourish according to Islam. Mohammad Iqbal or more popularly known as Allama Iqbal was decided at one of the most famous resolutions of this Muslim league. Jinnah became governor general and Liaquat Ali Khan the first prime minister of Pakistan.
What I do is glamorous and has an awful lot of white-hot attention placed on it. Meanwhile Nawaab Salimullah Khan published a detailed scheme through which he suggested the party to be named All India Muslim Confederacy. While glorifying Shivaji and Rana Pratap they obliterated any mention to the contribution made by Mughal rulers. Its original purpose was to safeguard the political rights of Muslims in India. The main aim of the All India Muslim League was the attainment of an independent country where Muslims could flourish according to Islam. Question 6: Why did Sir Syed Ahmed Khan advise the Muslims not to join the Congress? However, over the years, its ideological compass has been moving back towards the centre. Revival Mohammad Khan Junejo left with Zia.
For several decades the league and its leaders, notably Mohammed Ali Jinnah, called for Hindu-Muslim unity in a united and independent India. For the first time the conference lifted its ban on political discussion, when Nawab Salim Ullah Khan presented a proposal for establish a political party to safeguard the interests of the Muslims; the All India Muslim League. Beck the principal of the M. They exposed the nefarious scheme of the British Government and warned the Indian Nationalists not to fall victims to the shrewd policy of the British Government. It won nearly all of the Muslim vote in the elections of 1946.
Later, the League reformed into two separate factions: the Convention Muslim League under Ayub and the Council Muslim League. The three factors leading to the formation of Muslim League are given below: i British attitude: As the national movement spread the British felt that the movement unite the people of India resulting in a threat to the British empire. It became the ruling party again in 1997 and turned even more conservative. Syed Ameer Ali The First President was Sir Aga Khan. It was formally proposed by Nawab Salimullah Khan and supported by Hakieem Ajmal Khan, Maulana Muhammed Ali Jauhar, Zafar Ali Khan and several others. It was called the All Indian National Congress.
In the recent 2013 elections emerged as the largest party in the country; the party formed its government at the center and was re elected for third term as. Formation of Aligarh Muslim University. The following year saw the division of the Indian subcontinent and the Muslim League became the major of newly formed. The All India Muslim League was formed by the Muslim Educational conference that was a part of the Aligarh movement in its annual session of 1906 in the aftermath of circumstances that were generated following the 1905 partition of the large province of Bengal into two smaller ones. But the league functioned less effectively as a modern political party in Pakistan than it had as a mass-based pressure group in British India, and hence it gradually declined in popularity and cohesion.