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What role was played by the Muslim League in the struggle for Pakistan.
At the end of Annual Muhammadan Education Conference in Dhaka, the Muslim Leaders decided to set up a political party to protect and safeguard the rights of the Muslims of subcontinental.
ESTABLISHMENT OF MUSLIM LEAGUE:
On 30th December 1906 a political party “All India Muslim League” was set up and Aligarh was made its headquarter. Sir Agha Khan elected as president, Syed Ali Hasan Bilgrami was elected secretary general of Muslim League.
AIM AND OBJECTIVES:
The aims and objectives are:
(i) To establish friendly relations:
To establish friendly relations between the British · Government and the Muslims.
To co-ordinate with other nations.
(iii) Muslims Rights:
To protect rights of the Muslims of the subcontinent.
ROLE OF MUSLIM LEAGUE IN PAKISTAN MOVEMENT:
(i) protection of Rights:
As a representative party, Muslim League started to take practical improvements for the protection of Muslims rights.
(ii) Political Settlement:
Due to the efforts of Muslim League, both parties Congress and Muslim League entered into a political settlement.
(iii) Number of Muslim:
Due to the effort of Muslim League, the member of Muslims in the Central Legislative Assembly was agreed to one third.
(iv) Muslim Seats:
Due to the efforts of Muslim League particular Muslim seats were reserved in central and provincial assemblies.
(v) Political Awareness:
Muslim League provides political platform for the practical struggle. It united the Muslim under the great leadership of Quaid-e-Azam.
Due to these efforts, the procedure of the demand for Pakistan and the partition was completed. On 14th August 1947, a separate Slater came into being for the Muslims of Subcontinent.