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Who went with Mountbatten to London to get the approval of the Partition Plan? V.P.

Menon went with Mountbatten to London to get the approval of the Partition Plan. Mention the date on which Mountbatten went to London to get approval of the Partition Plan? The date on which Mountbatten went to London to get approval of the Partition Plan was 18 May, 1947. When Quaid-e-Azam was elected by Bombay Muslims to the newly constituted imperial legslative council? Quaid-e-Azam was elected by Bombay Muslims to the newly constituted imperial legslative council in 1910. Why Muslim League opposed the Cripps Plan? Muslim League opposed the Cripps Plan Because the proposals held out the prospects of a single union of India. When Cabinet Mission announced its plan? Cabinet Mission announced its plan on 16 May 1946. How many boundary commission(s) were appointed to demarcate the boundaries between the new states of Pakistan and India? Cyril Radcliff boundary commission was appointed to demarcate the boundaries between the new states of Pakistan and India. For actual transfer of power who was replaced with Viceroy Wavell? For Actual transfer of power Lord Mountbatten was replaced with Viceroy Wavell. Round Table Conference, in which Quaid-e-Azam participated, was called by the British. Why this Conference was called by the British? Round Table Conference, in which Quaid-e-Azam participated, was called by the British.The British called this Conference to formulate a new constitution for India. In which year Muslim student Federation (women wing) was established in Delhi? In 1941 year Muslim student Federation (women wing) was established in Delhi. In which year the Indian women were given the right to vote? In 1929 year the Indian women were given the right to vote. Who was the writer of national anthem of Pakistan?

National anthem of Pakistan was written by Hafeez Jalandhari. Ad (more) Who was chosen by Quaid-i-Azam as his financial advisor? Sir Archibald Rowland was chosen by Quaid-i-Azam as his financial advisor Which is the Egyptian most popular newspaper? Egypts largest daily newspaper is Al-Ahram. It was started in 1875. It is one of the oldest newspaper in the Arab world. In Simla, who put it to MountBatten that the Congress would accept dominion status in return for a very early transfer of power? In Simla, V.P.Menon put it to MountBatten that the Congress would accept dominion status in return for a very early transfer of power. To whome Mountbatten showed the Partition plan in advance of other leaders who reacted against the plan vehemently? To Nehru, Mountbatten showed the Partition plan in advance of other leaders who reacted against the plan vehemently. Which of the following was/were British Dominions at the time of partition of British India? Canada, New Zealand and Australia were British Dominions at the time of partition of British India. Name the first finance minister of Pakistan who was a former civil servant and described himself as a technician? The name of first finance minister of Pakistan who was a former civil servant and described himself as a technician was Ghulam Mohammad. Who led the reactionary Hindu parties in their unholy war of extermination against the Muslims after partition? RSS led the reactionary Hindu parties in their unholy war of extermination against the Muslims after partition. At the partition of which part of new state (Pakistan) had been witnessed severe rioting? At the partition Pakistan had been witnessed severe rioting from Punjab. What Pakistan did not have when it came into existence as an independent state on 15, August 1947? Pakistan did not have Central Governent when it came into existence as an independent state on 15, August 1947. Who went with Mountbatten to London to get the approval of the Partition Plan?

V.P.Menon went with Mountbatten to London to get the approval of the Partition Plan. Mention the date on which Mountbatten went to London to get approval of the Partition Plan? The date on which Mountbatten went to London to get approval of the Partition Plan was 18 May, 1947. When Quaid-e-Azam was elected by Bombay Muslims to the newly constituted imperial legslative council? Quaid-e-Azam was elected by Bombay Muslims to the newly constituted imperial legslative council in 1910. Why Muslim League opposed the Cripps Plan? Muslim League opposed the Cripps Plan Because the proposals held out the prospects of a single union of India. When Cabinet Mission announced its plan? Cabinet Mission announced its plan on 16 May 1946. How many boundary commission(s) were appointed to demarcate the boundaries between the new states of Pakistan and India? Cyril Radcliff boundary commission was appointed to demarcate the boundaries between the new states of Pakistan and India. For actual transfer of power who was replaced with Viceroy Wavell? For Actual transfer of power Lord Mountbatten was replaced with Viceroy Wavell. Round Table Conference, in which Quaid-e-Azam participated, was called by the British. Why this Conference was called by the British? Round Table Conference, in which Quaid-e-Azam participated, was called by the British.The British called this Conference to formulate a new constitution for India. In which year Muslim student Federation (women wing) was established in Delhi? In 1941 year Muslim student Federation (women wing) was established in Delhi. In which year the Indian women were given the right to vote? In 1929 year the Indian women were given the right t Who is known the Indian Councils Act of 1909, after names of its authors? Minto-Morley Reforms is known the Indian Councils Act of 1909, after names of its authors.

On which ground Congress rejected the Cripps Plan? Congress rejected the Cripps Plan because it did not gave assurance that the Governor-General would act as a constitutional head. In which plan a constitution body was offered to the Indian immediately after the worlds War I? Cripps mission Offer a plan for constitution body to India immediately after the worlds War I. What is the name of Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act? The name of Anarchical and Revolutionary Crimes Act was Rowlatt Act. Who was Lord Minto? Lord Minto was Governor General. Which province(s) councils members was raised to fifty? Bengal, Madras, Bombay, United provinces and Bihar and Orissa province(s) councils members was raised to fifty. Which Acts gave the governors some extraordinary powers to issue ordinances and enact Acts? Act of 1935 gave the governors some extraordinary powers to issue ordinances and enact Acts. Who was answerable to legislature and governed the transfer subjects? Ministers was answerable to legislature and governed the transfer subjects. Which Act gave the provinces autonomy? 1935 Act gave the provinces autonomy. What was the most distinctive feature of the Act of 1935? Introduction of provincial autonomy was the most distinctive feature of the Act of 1935. When Burma was separated from India? April, 1937 Burma was separated from India. When the elections were held under the Act of 1935? The elections were held under the Act of 1935 in 1936-37 . When the System of Dyarchy was in Operation? The System of Dyarchy was in Operation from 1921 to 1937.

How many members were fixed for upper house and lower house in Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919? 60,145 members were fixed for upper house and lower house in Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919. Who ordered to open fire at Jallianwala Bagh gathering? General Dyer Ordered to open frle at Jallianwala Bagh gathering. What does mean by the word Dyarchy? The word Dyarchy mean Two Authorities, Double Government or rule by two. On which base Government of India Act, 1919 was formed? On Montague-Chelmsford Report base Government of India Act, 1919 was formed. Under the Act of 1919 Muslims were given the right of Separate electorate. Which nation was also given his right under this Act? Sikh nation was also given right of Separate electorate under Act of 1919. How many seats for Muslims were reserved in Imperial Legislative Council under Act 1919? 30 seats for Muslims were reserved in Imperial Legislative Council under Act 1919. On the recommendation of Rowlatt committee which Act was enacted? Name the Secretary of State for India who presented the August Declaration? The Lord Montague presented the August Declaration. When the August Declaration was declared? The August Declaration was declared in August 20, 1917. Which Act was passed after the world War I? The Government of India Act 1919was passed after the world War I. What the people of India demanded but it was denied to them by Minto-Morley reforms of 1909? The people of India demanded responsible governmentbut it was denied to them by Minto-Morley reforms of 1909. What is the size of the legislative councils? The size of the legislative councils is 60.

Which province(s) councils number was raised to thirty? Punjab, Burma and Assam provinces councils number was raised to thirty. Which woman was participated in that delegation that was first sent to U.N.O. after the establishment of Pakistan? Begum Salma Tasadduqwas participated in that delegation that was first sent to U.N.O. after the establishment of Pakistan. Which of the following women was/were the organizer(s) of public meetings of Quaid-iAzam? Begum Salma Tasadduq and Begum Salma Ara Shah Nawaz were the organizers of public meetings of Quaid-i-Azam. In 1944, who was the General Secretary of the union of Muslim University? In 1944, Nawabzada Mehmood Ali Khanwas the General Secretary of the union of Muslim University. Where the union of Muslim University presented the check of 1000 rupees to Quaid-iAzam? Mention the oraganisation(s) of the Muslim University? The oraganisation(s) of the Muslim University are Muslim University students union, Muslim League and Muslim student Federation. The Queens proclamation was read at a Darbar. Where that Darbar was held? The Queens proclamation was read at a Darbar. The Darbar was held in Allahabad. What tittle was given to Muslim University Aligarh by Quaid-i-Azam on 10th March 1941? Ammunition of Muslim League tittle was given to Muslim University Aligarh by Quaid-i-Azam on 10th March 1941. Who became the first president of Muslim Student Federation? Raja Sahib Mehmood Abadi became the first president of Muslim Student Federation. Name the first president of Balochistan Muslim student Federation? The first president of Balochistan Muslim student Federation was Fazal Ahmed Ghazi. When Allama Iqbal became the member of Punjab Council? Allama Iqbal became the member of Punjab Council in 1926. Where the TAO University is located?

TAO University is located in Japan. When Allama Iqbal delivered his historical address in Alah Abad? Allama Iqbal delivered his historical address in Alah Abad in 1930. When Allama Iqbal was died? Allama Iqbal was died in 21 April, 1938. Name the Muslim women who participated in all three Round Table Conferences? The name of Muslim women who participated in all three Round Table Conferences was Begum Jinnah Ar Shah Nawaz.