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    • He thus became the first politician to articulate what would become known as the Two-nation theory—that Muslims are a distinct nation and thus deserve political independence from other regions and communities of India.Muhammad Iqbal-Wikipedia
    • The Muslim League of India had, since the middle of twentieth century, demanded for a separate homeland on the basis of the Two-nation theory.Parliament of Pakistan-Wikipedia
    • The Muslim school of Indian nationalism failed to attract Muslim masses and the Islamic nationalist Muslim League enjoyed extensive popular political support.Indian nationalism-Wikipedia
    • It was called reactionary, undemocratic, an insult to Islam, smacking of fascist approach, subversive of the ideology of Pakistan and a gross betrayal of the solemn pledges made to the people.Basic Principles Committee-Wikipedia
    • Hashmi opines that as a result of the creation of Bangladesh, India has to deal with Muslim-majority Pakistan and Bangladesh on both its western and eastern sides respectively.Afrasiab Mehdi Hashmi-Wikipedia
    • In World War II, Jinnah and British-educated founding fathers in the Muslim League supported the United Kingdom's war efforts, countering opposition against it whilst working towards Sir Syed's vision.Pakistan-Wikipedia

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