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Unformatted text preview: Sheet1 Page 1 A.Plan of Investigation Research Question: What were the primary motives of Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the &&ambassador of Hindu-Muslim unity&& The purpose of this investigation is to determine the primary motives of Muhammad Ali Jinnah in declaring that Muslims were B. Summary of Evidence I. The Traditional Perspective One viewpoint on Jinnah | s motive of endorsing the declaration of Muslim sovereign states in the Lahore Resolution is that h Saad Khairi holds that before Congress assumed its role as the sole party representing the Indian nation after the elections in II. The Revisionist Perspective Another viewpoint holds that Jinnah utilized the Lahore Resolution to consolidate his party and ensure that he would be consu Personally, however, Jinnah was against a federal scheme, and so with the upcoming elections of 1937, Jinnah campaigned When Congress refused, Jinnah resorted to religious communalism to defame Congress (Jalal 48): a political tactic he had de Jinnah& X s answer came in the form of the Lahore Resolution: this call for Muslim sovereign lands whose government and b C. Evaluation of Sources Ahmed, Akbar S. Jinnah, Pakistan and Islamic identity: The Search for Saladin. New York: Routledge, 1997. This book originated as part of a larger project that the Pakistani-Muslim author initiated in 1993: to create a documentary of J Jalal, Ayesha. The Sole Spokesman: Jinnah, the Muslim League and the Demand for Pakistan. Cambridge: Cambridge Unive This book originated as a doctoral dissertation submitted to the University of Cambridge in 1982. The purpose of the book is t D. Analysis Muhammad Ali Jinnah 0 s endorsement of the Lahore Resolution of 1940 is undoubtedly one of the most controversial event Those who argue that the partiality of the Indian Congress convinced Jinnah to abandon his nationalist hopes point to its rejec Jinnah& s other grievances, such as the fact that the Congress ignored his reports (Wolpert 168) and endorsed the song...
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