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  1. Umna.Asim

    Umna.Asim

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    Hey! I know that you guys are done with your history paper but I wanted to ask some questions.
    Can you tell the answers for these?
    "Why did the Jihad Movement fail it's aims?" [7]
    "Why did Gandhi call Cripps Mission as a post dates cheque on a failing bank?" [7]
    "Why did the British take tough measures against the Muslim community after the War of independance?" [7]
    please answer these.
     
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  3. Ruman Wajih

    Ruman Wajih

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    Please answer the following Questions URGENTLY Q!!!

    Q ; Why was there so much opposition to the 1935 act .(7)
    Q2: Why was the 1935 act so much important to the future of sub continent .(7)
    Q3 : Why did the British took direct control of east india company (7).

     
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  4. Salman Sheikh

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    Q. Did the educational reforms have a more important effect on the Indians than the social, religious and the economic ones introduced by the British during the years 1773 to 1856?

    ^ Answer this, please.
     
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    opposition to 1935 act :
    1.) indian people demanded self rule reforms did not give any inclination to give any effective power
    2. right of vote was still discrimintiy
    3. british rule was continuing
     
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  6. hussey96

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    important 1935 act:
    1.good measure of automny was given to provinces and dyarchy was also removed
    2. nmbr of voters were increased (nmbr of membrs were also increased)
    3. it became the basis of future constitution of both india and pak.
     
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    british:
    1.) British became fearful of russian expansion
    2.) they thought its to valuable asset to leave in the hand private company
    3.) situation of bengal .(misgoverment corruption e.tc
     
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    which year ?
     
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    URGENT HELP NEEDED !!!!!!!

    PLZZZZZ anyone give me answers of these questions.i request all of u !!!!!

    Why was ayub khan forced to resign in 1969? [7]

    how successful were ayub khan's economic and agricultural policies? give reasons for answer.[14]
     
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    Muhammad Ali jinnah was against the non-cooperation movement of INC he realized that this movement cause big trouble. Gandhijee was the leading the non-cooperation movement and Quaid-e-azam was against this movement. Gandhijee ignored to call off this movement so Quaid-e-Azam resigned from Congress.
     
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    Q: What do you know about Indian act 1861 and 1892 Indian act explain in brief??
     
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    pls answer Q. what was the hindu urdu controversy
    thnx
     
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    ‘The Morley-Minto reforms were more important than any other political developments between 1909 and 1919’. Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons for your answer. [14]
     
  15. Saadarsalan

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    morley minto reforms - 1
    lucknow pact - 2
    montford reforms - 3
    rowlatt act - 4

    You do not have to merely describe the reforms but instead explain it to achieve top level bands.
     
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    Can anyone please help me with this
    Was the migration to Afghanistan the most important reason why the khilafat movement failed? Explain your answer [14]
     
  18. Saadarsalan

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    Plan:
    explain Hijrat Movement, then gradual EXPLANATION of other reasons

    According to Sir Uthman:


    The
    Hijrat Movement
    (1921), an off shoot of Khilafat Movement
    failed badly. Some ulemas had declared that India was Dar-
    al-Harb & it was better for Muslims to live in an
    independent Muslim country. Therefore some 18000 Muslims mostly from NWFP sold their be
    longings &
    sought asylum in Afghanistan .In the beginning the migrants were welcomed but s
    oon later Afghan
    government refused to admit them. Many perished & others returned penniles
    s & homeless.
    The abolition of the institution of Caliphate by the Turks themselves remained th
    e most important reason for
    the failure of Khilafat Movement.
    Mustafa Kamal Ataturk
    ̧the Turkish leader established a modern
    democratic government in Turkey with a properly elected parliament. In this
    set up the caliph & the seat of
    Caliphate had no place. The caliph was deposed & exiled in 1924. Muslims in
    India were perplexed & found
    their movement cut at its base. Muslims in India had nothing to fight for & the khila
    fat Movement ended in
    failure in 1924.
    Besides that the movement got many other set backs on account of many
    reasons. In 1920 the congress also
    started
    non-cooperation movement
    . The congress joined hands with the khiilafat movement because both
    were against the British. Khilafat movement got much strength from the support of the
    congress. Joint protest
    meetings & processions of Muslims & Hindus together became a common feature
    throughout the sub-
    continent. In1922 a procession at
    Chauri Chura
    (a small town in eastern U.P) was in progress. The mob
    became violent & set a police station on fire in which 22 policemen were
    burnt alive. Mr. Ghandhi suddenly
    called off the non-cooperation movement without consulting anyone & without takin
    g the Muslims into
    confidence. The Muslims were greatly discouraged at the loss of Congress support
    . Khilafat Movement was
    weakened. Mr Jinaah had opposed the non-cooperation movement saying that it would le
    ad to violence, and
    the same happened. Mr. Jinnah resigned from the Congress in 1920.
    Another tragic event was the
    Moplah Uprising
    which remained
    responsible for the failure of Khilafat
    Movement.
    It
    also affected Hindu Muslim relationship
    . In mid of August 1921, agrarian riots broke out in
    Nilambur. The Moplah peasants revolted against the Hindu landlord's oppressive
    policies, which are in
    alliance with the British. The Hindu landlords redistributed their lands and the
    Moplahs, who had bee
    n
    suffering, rose in revolt. A pitched battle between the British regiment
    and the Moplahs killed several
    Europeans. Four thousand Moplahs were killed in action and tens of thousands
    were injured. Then there was
    the notorious
    Moplah Train Tragedy
    . Around a hundred prisoners, confined in a closed and almost airtight
    goods van, were transported by rail. When the door was opened, 66 Moplahs were
    found suffocated to death
    and the remaining 34 were on the verge of collapse.
    The British government also arrested the
    leader
    s of the Khilafat Movement on account of their anti-
    government speeches & the movement was deprived of their effective &
    strong leadership, both Hindu and
    Muslim leaders were imprisoned for several years. About 30000 workers
    all over India were put in jails. The
    movement slows down. The movement was
    unrealistic
    & was bound to fail. The caliphate & the people of
    Turkey had no interest in the politics of India. Therefore agitations & protests
    in India were to affect the
    events in turkey. Far sighted
    people like Mr. Jinnah & Allama Iqbal didnǯt support the movement.
     
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  19. Saadarsalan

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    Chauri Chaura was a village in the United Province where trouble
    started between the police and a mob. Gandhi, who was in jail at the
    time was so upset by this incident that he called off the non-cooperation movement. This infuriated the Muslims who saw this action
    as taking the pressure off the British Government and weakening the
    Movement. Its failure was also brought about when thousands of
    Muslims migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest against the
    British government. The Afghan government refused to allow all the
    refugees to settle. Many of those who returned to India died on the
    journey back or found themselves homeless. Thus Muslim support for
    the Khilafat Movement fell away. Its failure was also brought about by
    the decision of the Muslim Mustafa Kamal Ataturk to form a nationalist
    government in Turkey but the end had been seen in the refusal of Lloyd
    George to accept the demands of the Movement.

    ....

    Gandhi had seen an opportunity for self rule by joining the Movement and the involvement of
    the Hindus was welcomed by many Muslims. However, by joining with the Hindus the
    objectives of the Movement were made less clear since the Hindus and Ghandi especially,
    were using it for their own ends and didn’t have the interests of the Muslims at heart. Chauri
    Chaura was a village in the United Province where trouble started between the police and a
    mob. Gandhi decided that the Swaraj Movement was becoming too violent following the
    Chauri Chaura incident and so called off his support.
    However, there were other reasons for its failure. Some of the leaders including Maulana
    Muhammad Ali were imprisoned in 1921 which made the organisation less effective.
    Thousands of Muslims migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest against the British
    government. The Afghan government was hostile to the migrants and refused to allow all the
    refugees to settle. Many of those who returned to India died on the journey back or found
    themselves homeless and jobs occupied which dispirited the Muslims. Thus Muslim support
    for the Khilafat Movement fell away. Its failure was also brought about by the decision of the
    Muslim Mustafa Kamal Ataturk to form a nationalist government in Turkey but the end had
    been seen in the refusal of Lloyd George to accept the demands of the Movement.

    ...

    Thousands of Muslims migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest against the British
    government. The Afghan government was hostile to the migrants and refused to allow all the
    refugees to settle. Many of those who returned to India died on the journey back or found
    themselves homeless and jobs occupied, which dispirited the Muslims. As a result Muslim
    support for the Khilafat Movement fell away. However there were other reasons for its failure.
    Gandhi had seen an opportunity for self-rule by joining the Movement and the involvement of
    the Hindus was welcomed by many Muslims. However by joining with the Hindus the
    objectives of the Movement were made less clear since the Hindus and Ghandi especially,
    were using it for their own ends and didn’t have the interests of the Muslims at heart. Chauri
    Chaura was a village in the United Province where trouble started between the police and a
    mob. Gandhi decided that the Swaraj Movement was becoming too violent following the
    Chauri Chaura incident and so called off his support. This was a massive blow to the chance
    of success for the Movement as a large proportion of the support for the cause fell quickly
    away

    ...


    Withdrawal of Gandhi’s support
    • Gandhi saw an opportunity for self-rule by joining the Movement, the
    involvement of a Hindu-majority grouping was welcomed by many
    Muslims.
    • By joining with a Hindu-majority grouping the objectives of the Movement
    were made less clear. Some perceived that Gandhi and some Hindus and
    used it for their own political reasons.
    • Chauri Chaura was a village in the United Province where trouble started
    between the police and a mob. Gandhi decided that the Swaraj Movement
    was becoming too violent following the Chauri Chaura incident and so
    withdrew his support.
    Other reasons
    • Thousands of Muslims migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest
    against the British government. The Afghan government was hostile to the
    migrants and refused to allow all the refugees to settle.
    • Many of the refugees who returned to India died on the journey back or
    found themselves homeless and their jobs occupied which dispirited them.
    • Some of the leaders including Maulana and Muhammad Ali were
    imprisoned in 1921 which made the organisation less effective.
    •The refusal of Britain to accept the demands of the Movement.•
    The decision of the Mustafa Kamal Ataturk to form a nationalist
    government in Turkey ended most of the impetus for the Khalifat
    movement, which had previously served as a unifying force for Muslims.
    • Mopla violence divided Muslims.

    ...

    Thousands of Muslims migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest against the
    British government. The Afghan government was hostile to the migrants and
    refused to allow all the refugees to settle. Many of those who returned to India
    died on the journey back or found themselves homeless and jobs occupied
    which dispirited the Muslims. Thus Muslim support for the Khilafat Movement
    fell away. However there were other reasons for its failure. Some of the leaders
    including Maulana Muhammad Ali were imprisoned in 1921 which made the
    organisation less effective. Also by joining with the Hindus the objectives of the
    Movement were made less clear since the Hindus and Gandhi especially, were
    using it for their own ends and didn’t have the interests of the Muslims at heart.
    Chauri Chaura was a village in the United Province where trouble started
    between the police and a mob. Gandhi decided that the Swaraj Movement was
    becoming too violent following the Chauri Chaura incident and so called off his
    support. Its failure was also brought about by the decision of the Muslim
    Mustafa Kamal Ataturk to form a nationalist government in Turkey but the end
    had been seen in the refusal of Lloyd George to accept the demands of the
    Movement.

    ...

    Gandhi had seen an opportunity for self rule by joining the
    Movement, and the involvement of the Hindus was welcomed by
    many Muslims. However, by joining with the Hindus the objectives
    of the Movement were made less clear since the Hindus and
    Ghandi especially, were using it for their own ends and didn’t have
    the interests of the Muslims at heart. Chauri Chaura was a village in
    the United Province where trouble started between the police and
    a mob. Gandhi decided that the Swaraj Movement was becoming
    too violent following the Chauri Chaura incident and so called off his
    support.
    However, there were other reasons for its failure. Some of the
    leaders including Maulana Muhammad Ali were imprisoned in 1921
    which made the organisation less effective. Thousands of Muslims
    migrated to Afghanistan in a religious protest against the British
    government. The Afghan government was hostile to the migrants
    and refused to allow all the refugees to settle. Many of those who
    returned to India died on the journey back or found themselves
    homeless and jobs occupied which dispirited the Muslims. Thus
    Muslim support for the Khilafat Movement fell away. Its failure was
    also brought about by the decision of the Muslim Mustafa Kamal
    Ataturk to form a nationalist government in Turkey but the end had
    been seen in the refusal of Lloyd George to accept the demands of
    the Movement.
     
  20. Saadarsalan

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    According to Sir Junaid:
    [​IMG]
     
  21. Saadarsalan

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    So all possible info. is in front of you, u just need to organize & write your own answer.
     

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