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ROLE OF PROVINCES

IN THE PAKISTAN
MOVEMENT

Presented by:
S.M.Minhaj-ul-Arfin
Owais
PUNJAB

Introduction
SINDH

Introduction
Sindh Muslim League
• 1907: First session of All India Muslim League was
held in Karachi.

• 1st November 1917: Formation of Sindh Muslim


League.

• President: Mr. Muhammad Yusuf Ali Alibhai.

• Vice-President: Mr. G.M.Bhurgri.


Khilafat Movement in Sindh

• 1919: Khilafat Movement started.

• Raisul-Muhajireen Jan Muhammad Junejo


Seperation of Sindh from Bombay
Elections of 1937

• Sindh United Party

• Ghulam Hussain Hidayatullah


Sindh Muslim League’s Session
• 1938: The Sindh Muslim League Session held at
Karachi.

• Quote from Presidential Address of M.A.Jinnah:

“This would result in India being divided”

• 3rd March 1943: Resolution passed by Legislative


Assembly.
Progressive League

• 13 June, 1943: Elections of Muslim League.

• Formation of Progressive League.


Elections of 1946

• 21st January, 1946: General Elections of Legislative


Assembly.

• Dissolution of Assembly
Re-elections

• December 1946: Re-elections for the elections of


Legislative Assembly, 1946.

• Remarkable success of Muslim League


BALOCHISTAN

• Introduction
Yusuf Ali Khan Magsi
• 1929: Newspaper “Faryad-e-Balochistan”.

• 1930: Anjuman-e-ittehad-e-Balochistan.

• 1932: All India Baloch Conference in Jacobabad.

• 1933: Pamphlet “Balochistan ki awaaz”.


Qazi Isa
• 1939: Establishment of Balochistan Muslim League.

• Dual Position

• Anjuman-e-Islamia
• Representation of Balochistan in
Pakistan Resolution

• Annual Session of Balochistan


Muslim League

• Quaid’s stay in Balochistan


Presenting of sword
• “Throughout history, the sword has
been the constant companion of the
Muslims. When the Muslims did not
have an Amir, this sword was lying in
safe custody. Now that you have taken
over as the Amir of this nation, I hand
over this historic sword to you. This
has always been used in defence. In
your safe hands also, it will be used
only for this purpose”.
Constitutional Reforms of 1944

• Liaquat Ali Khan


The political situation of
Balochistan in 1946
• Cabinet Mission Plan

• Samad Achakzai: The President of Congress.

• Qazi Isa: The President of Muslim League.

• Khan of Kalat

• Qazi Isa’s Goal


Public meeting in Macmahan Park
• Qazi Isa`s words:

“The Britishers are about to leave. The time


has come when all the Sardars who, in
reality, are the offspring of the British, must
also pack up and go”

• The reaction to these remarks


The Partition Plan

• Lord Mountbatten: Annonced the Partition Plan on


3rd June 1947.
Refrendum
• 30th June 1947
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