Indian History

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Muslim League

Muslim League was established on the efforts of Salimullah, the Nawab of Decca on December 31, 1906.

Agakhan was the first president of Muslim League.

Under the leadership of Agakhan a representation was given to Lord Minto requesting to provide separate electorates for Muslims.

As a result separate electorates were allotted to Muslims in 1909 through the Indian Councils Act 1909.

The concept of Pakistan was first initiated by Rahmat Ali in 1933.

The Pakistan Resolution was passed by the Muslim League in 1940 in its Lahore session.

The Muslim League declared that its Ultimate goal is attaining Pakistan.

Muslim League withdrew its acceptance of the Cabinet Mission Plan on 29th July 1946.

It observed 16th August 1946 as "Direct Action Day".