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Role of Sindh in the Making of Pakistan 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Introduction Sindh is an important province of Pakistan. Karachi is situated in this province and its the biggest city of Pakistan. Karachi is the capital of Sindh and is called small or mini Pakistan. Sindh played very important role in the formation of Pakistan. Historical Background Sindh became the part of Muslim state firstly after the victory of Mohammad Bin …

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Motives and Objectives of Muslim League 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Introduction The important motives and objectives of Muslim League are as under: 1. To safe guard and protect Muslim interests and to convey their demands to British Government. 2. To create a feeling of respect and good will in Muslims for the British Government. 3. To promote brotherhood between different nationals of India. Role of Muslim League The role played …

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Fourteen Points of Quaid-e-Azam 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Introduction In March 1929, at the annual session of All India Muslim League, Quaid-e-Azam declared his famous fourteen points. Federal System The form of the future constitution should be federal with the residuary powers rested in the provinces. Provincial Autonomy A uniform measure of autonomy shall be granted to all provinces. Representation of Minorities All legislative in the country and …

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Role of N.W.F.P in the Establishment of Pakistan 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Pakistan Friendsmania.net Introduction North West Frontier Province is an important province of Pakistan. Its capital is Peshawar. Famous Khyber Pass is situated in this province. Foreign invaders entered sub-continent through this pass. It is an historical passage. Khushal Khan Khattak and Rehman Baba are the most famous poets of this province. Facing Difficulties Frontier is the province of Muslim majority. …

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Role of Quaid-e-Azam as Governor General 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Quaid-e-Azam As A Governor General On 14th August 1947, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah became the 1st Governor General. He remained Governor General for thirteen months. During this period, he solved many important national issues. Some of them are mentioned as under: Formation of Federal Cabinet As soon as the Quaid-e-Azam took an immediate action and nominated members of the Federal …

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3rd June Plan 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

3rd June Plan and Lord Mountbatten Lord Mountbatten became the viceroy of India in March 1947. He tried his best to keep India United but of no avail. He concluded that there was no solution to Indian problems except partition of it. 3rd June Plan and the Creation of Pakistan On 3rd June 1947 the viceroy announced the partition plan …

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Radcliff Award 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

Mr. Radcliff, an ordinary lawyer was sent from England to India for the demarcation of the boundaries of Punjab and Bengal. The viceroy and Mr. Radcliff connived with the Congress and demarcated the boundary according to their wishes. Radcliff included many Muslim majority, areas in India and deprived Pakistan of the waters of Sutlej, Bias and Ravi. Further captured Kashmir …

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Fill in the Blanks | 9th Class Pakistan Studies Notes

1. Hazrat Shah Walliullah was born in 1703 and was died in 1762. 2. Hazrat Shah Abdul Aziz was born in 1746 and was died in 1824. 3. Syed Ahmed Shaheed was born in 1786 and was died in 1831. 4. Hazrat Shah Walliullah became incharge of Madrassa Rahimiya in 1734. 5. The ruler of Afghanistan Ahmed Shah Abdali rescued …

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Short Question and Answers

Q.1 Write four sentences about the services of Hazrat Shah Waliullah? Ans. 1. he was a great saint and religious scholar. He preached the Muslims of Sub continent. 2. He reconciled the mutual differences among Muslims. 3. He eradicated the bad manners of assemblies. 4. he set the straight forward path for Muslims. Q.2 Write any four sentences about the …

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Salient Features of Objective Resolution

Objective Resolution After the death of Quaid-e-Azam on 11th September 1948, the responsibility of framing the constitution fell on the shoulders of the first Prime Minister, Liaquat Ali Khan.This resolution was passed by the First Constituent Assembly in March 1949 under the leadership of Liaquat Ali Khan. Salient Features of Objective Resolution The salient features of the Objective Resolution are …

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