Category: History Of Pakistan And India

Montague Chelmsford Reforms 1919

British Government in 1919 introduced a new package of reforms in Subcontinent to appease the smoldering passions of Indian people who were annoyed over the British Government un-political policies in the Subcontinent. Background British Government appointed a committee under Justice R. A. Rowlatt to suggest way and means to crush all political conspiracies in Subcontinent

Lucknow Pact 1916

Quaid-e-Azam after joining the Muslim League devised a plan to bring the two major political platforms of Subcontinent, Congress and Muslim League, closer so that they could work more efficiently for the freedom of India. For this purpose he increased back door interaction between the leaders of both political parties and finally succeeded in concluding

Minto-Morley Reforms

At the eve of Golden Jubilee celebration of King Edward in 1908, the British Government announced that it desired to see democracy progressing in India by offering more rights to Indian people. Reforms introduced by the British Government under this vision in 1909 are called Minto-Morley Reforms. Lucknow Pact 1916 Minto-Morley Reforms To suggest Constitutional

Simla Deputation

In 1905, Liberal Party of England won general elections under the leadership of Llyod George. The Party announced that it would soon introduce constitutional reforms in India and would give adequate safeguards to Indian people. To avail this opportunity, Muslim leaders decided to meet Viceroy of India to apprise him of Muslims demands. For this