Struggle for Making of Pakistan 1947

Rashid Muhammad, Mohamed Ali bin Haniffa, Nor Azlah Sham Bt Rambely


Committee was shaped under the support of Gandhi however it neglected to get the help from all the three fundamental gatherings in the political diversion i.e., the British, Congress and the League; Congress at first bolstered the board affected by Gandhi yet when Sapru Committee presented the proposal for Hindu-Muslim equality, the Congress additionally dismissed the report of the council. The Committee restricted the possibility of Pakistan on the premise of dialect, race, religion, and the difficulty of isolating Hindu and Muslim people group. It additionally dismissed the two country hypothesis. The Committee contended that the possibility of Pakistan or division of India can't fulfill the issue of minorities. As such these proposition dismissed the Muslim request of isolated electorates and in particular the segment of India, which around then was upheld by both Jinnah and the League. Along these lines, the League additionally emphatically dismissed the recommendations of the panel and considered it as a scheme against the interest for Pakistan. This article examinations the Sapru Proposals in setting of the interest for Pakistan and explores the explanations for the disappointment of the proposition.

Keywords: Pakistan, India, Division

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