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Pakistan movement Reformation of Educational and Political Context




: sadia Khalid bajwa
Department of Education
Faculty of Social Sciences
International Islamic University Islamabad



Pakistan movement Reformation of Educational and Political Context
The Pakistan Movement refers to the successful historical movement against British and Indian to have an independent Muslim state( Pakistan) created from the separation of the north-western region of the Indian subcontinent.
This movement was direct by Muhammad Ali Jinnah, along with other prominent founding fathers of Pakistan together with Allama Iqbal and Liaqat Ali Khan.
Movements through which Muslims passed for the demand of Islam/Pakistan
1857
War of Independence

1885
Formation of the Indian National Congress

1906
Founding of the All-India Muslim League

1914-18
World War I

1866
Tahrik-i-Deoband

1892
Nadva-Tul-Ulema

1884
Anjuman-i-Himayat-i-Islam, Lahore

Khilafat movement
1919-23

1928
Nehru Report

1929
Fourteen Points of Jinnah

1930
Allama Iqbal Address

1939-45
World War II

1940
Pakistan Resolution

1946
The Cabinet Mission

1947
Creation of Pakistan

1857 War of Independence
War of the independence was fought by Indian Muslims and Hindus but after conquer war the Muslims and Hindus started thinking different. British army engage the local Indians into their forces but with the passage of time the Hindus ran away the British and Hindus take the whole charge of the Dehli city.
Bahadur Shah…...

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