Muslim League

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Muslim League

An Indian political movement active from 1906 and prominent from 1934, aiming at an independent state. This was achieved in 1947 with partition and the creation of Pakistan.
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With relations dates back prior to the independence of Pakistan, when Indonesia was passing through the similar struggle against the Dutch Colonial rule, leaders of All India Muslim League sent the support to the country supporting its path to freedom.
What happened was that on June 29, the All India Muslim League Council was to consider the Mountbatten Plan when Mr Jinnah said that when a general wins a battle on the field he gives back power to the civilian authorities.
It was in consequence of this that the All India Muslim League was formed at Dhaka on December 30, 1906 at a meeting of the All India Mohammedan Educational Conference presided over by Nawab Viqar-ul-Mulk on a motion of Nawab Salimullah for the purpose of protecting the political and other interests of Muslims of British India.
Address, All India Muslim League Session, Delhi, 24 April 1943).
Qazi Essa was nominated as head of All India Muslim League in Balochistan, and people of the province, particularly the youth, had participated and strived for the Independence of the country,' he added.
Addressing the flag hoisting ceremony in Ziarat Residency on 141 Birthday of Qauid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah IG FC Balochistan Major General Nadeem Anjum said, 20 years before Pakistan, our founding father Qauid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinah had announced a political movement for the rights of the people of Balochistan that strongly opposed by Nehru and other Congress leaders,"Qazi Essa was nominated as head of All India Muslim League in Balochistan, and people of Balochistan particularly youth had participated and strived physically and financially for the Independence of Pakistan.
Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah was a lawyer and politician and served as leader of the All India Muslim League from 1913 until Pakistan's independence on August 14, 1947, and then as Pakistan's first Governor-General until his death on September 11, 1948.
The Muslims of Sub-Continent had formed All India Muslim League on December 30, 1906 at Dhaka that played key role in independence of Pakistan under the dynamic leadership of Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
The Nazaria-i-Pakistan Trust (NPT) marked 66th death anniversary of Shaheed-e-Millat Khan Liaqat Ali Khan, first prime minister of Pakistan and secretary general of the All India Muslim League, at the Aiwan-e-Karkunan-e-Tehreek-e-Pakistan in collaboration with the Pakistan Movement Workers Trust.
It was not till December 1906 that the All India Muslim League was formed after an extended effort by Nawab Khawaja Salimullah of Dhaka with other Muslim leaders.
The Muslims founded All India Muslim League and the Sikhs organized their Akali Dal5 and the Central Sikh party, etc.
In the meeting Nawab Salim ullah Khan presented a proposal to establish a political party, All India Muslim League, to safeguard the interests of the Muslims.
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