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Tuesday, 24 October 2017

Delhi Resolution

Delhi Resolution (1946) 

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The Pakistan Resolution was further clarified in a conversion of elected members of Muslim League under the presidentship of Quid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali at Delhi on April 9, 1946. This historical resolution is named as Delhi Resolution. The major text of this resolution is as under.
Whereas in this vast sub-continent of India a hundred million Muslims are the adherents of a faith which regulates every department of their life (educational, social, economic and political), where code is not confined merely to spiritual doctrines 'and tenets or rituals and ceremonies and which stand in sharp contrast to the exclusive nature of Hindu Dharma and Philosophy which has fostered and maintained for thousands of years a right Cast System resulting in the degradation of 60 million human beings to the position of untouchables, creation of unnatural Barnes between men and supreme position of social and economic inequalities on a large body of the people of this country, and which threaten to reduce Muslims, Christians and other minorities to the status of irredeemable helots, socially and economically.
Whereas the Hindu Cast System in a direct negation of nationalism, equality, democracy and all noble ideals that Islam stands for; whereas different historical buckhounds, traditions, cultures and social and economic order of the Hindus and Muslims have made impossible the evolution of a single Indian nation inspired by 'common social and economic order of the Hindus and Muslims have made nation inspired by common impossible the evolution aspirations and ideals and whereas after centuries they still remain two distinct major nations.
Whereas soon after the introduction by the British of the policy of setting up political institution in India on the lines of Western democracies based on majority rules which meant that the majority of One of setting up political its wilt on the majority of the Other nation or society could impose the Government of India Act, 1935 when the Muslims were subjected to opposite regime of Congress Government in the Hindu majority provinces under lion as was amply demonstrated during the two and a half years untold harassment and oppression as a result of which they convinced of the futility and ineffectiveness of the so-called safeguards provided in the Constitution and in the instrument of instructions to the Governors and were driven to the irresistible conclusion that in a united Indian Federation; if established the Muslims even in interests could never be adequately protected against the perpetual Hindu majority at the center: Whereas the Muslims are convinced with a view to save Muslims from the domination of the Hindus and in order to afford them full scope to develop themselves according to their genius, it is necessary to constitute a sovereign independent State comprising the Bengal and Assume in the North-East zone and the Punjab, North-West Frontier Province. Sind and Baluchistan in the North-West zone; This Convention of the Muslim League Legislators of India, Central and Provincial, after careful consideration hereby declares that the Muslim Nation will never submit to any constitution for a United India and will never participate in any single constitution-making machinery set up for the purpose, and that any formula devised by the British Government for transferring power from the British to the People of India, which does not conform to the following just and equitable principles calculated to maintain internal peace and tranquility, in the country will not contribute to the solution of the Indian problems:

  1. That the zones 'comprising Bengal and Assume in the North-East and the Punjab, North-West Frontier Province, Sind and Baluchistan are in a dominate majority, be constituted into sovereign independence some and that an unequivocal undertaking be given to implement and establish Pakistan without delay. 
  2. That two separate constitution bodies be set up by peoples of Pakistan and Hindustan for the purpose of framing of their respective constitutions. 
  3.  That the minorities in Pakistan and Hindustan be provided with safeguards on the lines of the All-India Muslim League Resolution passed on the 23rd March 1940, at Lahore. 
  4. That the acceptance of the Muslim League demand of Pakistan and its implementation without delay are the sine qua non or the Muslim League co-operation and participation in the formation of an interim Government at the Center. This Convention further emphatically declares that and attempt to impose a constitution on a united India basis or to force any interim arrangement at the Center contrary to the Muslim League demand will leave the Muslims no alternative but to resist such imposition by all possible means for their survival and national existence.



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