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Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Hidden Facts Between British India's Freedom

"Hidden Facts Behind British India’s Freedom: A Scholarly Look into Allama Mashraqi and Quaid-e-Azam’s Political Conflict"
Book Description:
Allama Mashraqi (Inayatullah Khan) and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, two eminent 20th century personalities of the Indian sub-continent, fought for freedom — the former for an undivided and the latter for a divided British India. The political controversy between these two leaders over the partition of the Indian sub-continent is an extremely important topic from the independence movement’s perspective. This work discusses Allama Mashraqi’s rigorous efforts to prevent the Muslims and India from being divided, while Quaid-e-Azam remained focused on the partition of India.
Separation divided the country and the Muslims into three parts, and the majority of 100 million Muslims became second-class citizens in their own homeland. To nationalist leaders of the time (who were anti-partition), Quaid-e-Azam was playing in the hands of the British; and the gilded gentry of All-India Muslim League (AIML) had no history of serving the masses and partition was a short cut to their ambition. Did the British use the AIML, and was a truncated Pakistan a parting kick of the British to weaken the Muslims? And why did the British never imprison AIML leadership, if the AIML was truly fighting to end their rule?
Many other intriguing questions arise that have yet to satisfy a logical mind. For instance, why did the British deny recognition of all Muslim parties, except
AIML, and never sought their points of view? Why did the AIML insist on division, when Pakistan could not safeguard 100 million Muslims? Why was it necessary to create Pakistan out of Muslim majority provinces where they were already in power? Were nationalists, who were anti-partition, lacking in vision or apathetic to the future of the Muslims? Why has the nationalist point of view of an undivided India been kept concealed (libraries are kept empty of their material), and why has the public only been reading the AIML’s perspective?
This book brings these questions to light and presents Mashraqi’s point of view. The author uncovers facts that are not easy to dispute and unearths the falsehood, the twisting and manipulation of facts and the propaganda surrounding the freedom movement. It reveals the hidden truths behind the creation of Pakistan and shatters misconceptions regarding the history of the Indian sub-continent.
Key Feature
It is a first book of its kind that talks about the political differences between Allama Mashraqi (founder of the Khaksar Movement) and Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah (founder of Pakistan).
Audience of the book
The book will be of interest to political analysts, professors, historians and students of Pakistan-India studies as well as the general public interested in the history of the Indian-subcontinent.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Allama Mashraqi’s Life of Struggle
Chapter 2
The Khaksar Tehreek & Uprise of the Nation for Freedom
Chapter 3
The Muslim League’s Efforts to Exploit the Khaksar Tehreek’s Power
Chapter 4
The British & Muslim League’s Attempts to Wipe Out the Khaksar Tehreek
Chapter 5
Mashraqi Released - Efforts for United Front for Freedom
Chapter 6
Mashraqi’s Efforts for Jinnah-Gandhi Meeting
Chapter 7
Mashraqi’s Endeavors After Failure of Jinnah-Gandhi Talks
Chapter 8
Another Attempt to Eliminate the Khaksar Tehreek -
1945-46 Elections & Khaksar Constitution
Chapter 9
Towards Freedom
Chapter 10
Break-up of British India
Chapter 11
Consequences of Partition
Chapter 12
Conclusion: All India Muslim League’s Thirst for Power
Bogus Attack on Quaid-e-Azam by a Muslim Leaguer
Appendix II
Muslim League as Seen in Late Thirties & Forties
Appendix III
Article published in “The Radiance” February 06, 1943
Strong Reactions to Allama Mashriqi’s Efforts for Hindu-Muslim Unity.
Khaksar Movement the only Solution of Present Difficulties and the only way to attain Indian Freedom
Appendix IV
Mashraqi’s statement dated November 05, 1943
Appendix V
Mashraqi’s Address at the University Institute Hall, Calcutta on October 21,1945:
Where Leaders Fail.
A Dispassionate Dissection of Indian Politics from a Non-Party Point of View
Appendix VI
Outline of the Agreed Khaksar Constitution
Other Features of the Constitution
Appendix VII
Table of 1937 Elections
Bibliography, Glossary & Index
Published in 2007
ISBN: 978-0-9760333-8-7
Library of Congress # 2007903503
Published in the USA in hard cover. Pages: 440

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